Symmetry: a magic split of life’s dualities.

Water is taught by thirst;
Land, by the oceans passed;
Transport, by throe;
Peace, by its battles told;
Love, by memorial mold;
Birds, by the snow.

~ Emily Dickinson


Symmetry, possibly the most spellbinding split-screen short film to date, explores with poetical brilliancy our sameness and differences in parallel strokes of reality.

Created by Everynone, in collaboration with WNYC‘s Radiolab



If Jorge Luis Borges—a poet who was only too familiar with his universality and lived more than one life on the same “page”—was still around, he’d probably whisper this parallel truth:

“I am not sure that I exist, actually. I am all the writers that I have read, all the people that I have met, all the women that I have loved; all the cities I have visited.”


As a side dish, here is one of  Everynone/Radiolab‘s most celebrated screen metaphors, showing (not telling) what the world would be like without words.

Words are worlds, not codes. 




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