Just received by way of watching Don Hertzfeldt’s touching movie “It’s such a beautiful day”.
After ending the movie, I started to replicate on the visible points of the movie and I used to be questioning if this was informed from Bill’s viewpoint.
As a outcome, he appears to be a personality with a medical situation referred to as “Bitemporal Hemianopsia,” (ie tunnel imaginative and prescient)—attributable to a mind tumor that impairs the optic nerve.
Long story quick, it seems the animation “blots Of memories” isn’t just for “show,” however slightly, an indication of what Bill can see from his viewpoint.
Haven’t seen anybody discuss this, except it’s fairly apparent. Just curious, as a result of in that case, it’s sensible! It must be proven to these within the medical area.