What makes us who we are? Is it our parents? Our siblings? Our friends? Those we love intimately? Those we face in conflict? Poetry? Or is it some combination?
These are questions that underlie Seth’s search for himself as he relives the past. In his return to his childhood village, he comes to the realization that it’s PLACE he’s searching for.
But what is PLACE? Is it the physical place? The people? The spiritual? The artistic?
And what part does the act of RE-LIVING play in the search for PLACE?