Unfortunately, plans for that film did not pan out accordingly due to scheduling issues and time commitments from both volunteers of the project and myself. I did however continue rolling with the idea of a memory overriding an individual's mind and possibly altering his personality slightly. Thankfully, my good friend Ben Meunier continues to find time to sacrifice and be a good sport, I thank him for that, again.
De Certeau says that he, "...define[s] belief...as the subject's investment in a proposition...considering it as true," and that, "Little by little...," that belief can become, "...polluted..." (De Certeau 178-179). With the current cut of Memory Split, I would like to get across the idea that while the young man played by Ben is calm at first, he is still haunted by a repressed feeling that tends to lash out and distort his attitude, thus ending with him having moved to another location at night and beginning to smoke, a sign that I try to communicate as being an attempt to conceal and manage those feelings. He ultimately does not want to believe that he has weakness and tries to deny his apparent anger, whatever the reason may have been for causing it.
Memory Split (Class-Cut)