Three Perspective


We have here three men, each a stranger to the other, each with a very different perspective, each enclosed within his own life story constructed out of private memory. They are connected by only one thing, a common point of attention, a beautiful young lady across the room in the tavern they are seated in. On the left we see Guiseppe, a wealthy owner of a large villa and vineyard in Tuscany. He lost his wife of forty years recently and the young lady he sees reminds him of his beloved in the full bloom of her youth. In the middle we see Guido. He has always been large of heart but small in brain. He has never had a girlfriend, attracting only pity, but never love. As he sees the enchanting girl, he imagines how wonderful it would be if she looked at him and saw his heart instead of his shortcomings. On the right we see Luigi. He also has never had a girlfriend but not because of inadequacy but because of lack of preference. However as he gazes across the room the loveliness he beholds actually inspires him to seriously contemplate for the first time having a more socially acceptable relationship. We have here three men, each a stranger to the other, each with a very different perspective, each enclosed within his own life story constructed out of private memory. They are connected by only one thing, a common point of attention, a beautiful young lady across the room in the tavern they are seated in. On the left we see Guiseppe, a wealthy owner of a large villa and vineyard in Tuscany. He lost his wife of forty years recently and the young lady he sees reminds him of his beloved in the full bloom of her youth. In the middle we see Guido. He has always been large of heart but small in brain. He has never had a girlfriend, attracting only pity, but never love. As he sees the enchanting girl, he imagines how wonderful it would be if she looked at him and saw his heart instead of his shortcomings. On the right we see Luigi. He also has never had a girlfriend but not because of inadequacy but because of lack of preference. However as he gazes across the room the loveliness he beholds actually inspires him to seriously contemplate for the first time having a more socially acceptable relationship.


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