Michel van der Aa
Yeah, I always have been fascinated by looking back, what better way to look back than when you’re a little bit older.1 So, also in One, of course, that’s a generation thing, there’s the elderly lady, sort of elderly version of the protagonist. I wish I could — having these two moments in time, the moment where you look forward and the moment where you look back, sort of present at the same time. So, you can have — like in One, you can have a dialogue with yourself, anyway with your older self, and also in Up-close, there’s the elderly lady who’s clearly an alter-ego for the cellist, for the soloist. So, I kind of like the generation thing, I like the fact that you have someone looking back and someone looking forward, and you have these two time axis there present at the same time.