A Longest Introduction

A Longest Introduction

Fraser Young

Have you ever sat in the same seat on the train to work every day, same desk or same chair… and noticed that each time you do your daily routine you share that moment with another human being? A person who you may never speak to, yet with whom you share that common moment in your life time and time again. And although you may not know them, you will come to recognise them and accept a sort of silent relationship on which silent smiles and nods of hello become the staple. ‘A longest Introduction’ focuses on the building of one such silent friendship, at a local library. 
‘A Longest Introduction’ focuses on the moments of human interaction, and our ability to connect, care for, laugh with and at others before we have ever said so much as a word to them. The short, though a minute in length focuses on the several months in which a socially awkward character builds up the courage to say those all-important first words. Until finally, they build enough confidence for their introduction. 

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