I enjoyed everything in that room that day.
Before I was ready to shoot, I didn’t dare to face it, and I didn’t even know what I should do in a while. On the way to the shooting location, my mind was full of worry, and I had almost no other thoughts except worry. I can only lower my head in the car and watch the corners of my clothes sway with the bumps of the car.
Almost instantly, we arrived in the rehearsal classroom, and I cheered.
I haven’t been to such an empty room for a long time, and I think my arms and legs are longer, and they don’t need to curl up anymore.
Throughout the shooting process, it is rare for me to continue to feel the joy of being a human being. For about 3-4 hours that afternoon, I didn’t need to think about anything. I could just do what I love in a fixed scene. I really haven’t felt that way for a long time.
Sitting on the ground, I can truly feel the breath flowing in my body, and I can see them moving up and down. I’m not even good at feeling happiness anymore. When happiness really comes, I don’t know how to face it. This caused me to be at a loss when writing this paragraph.
In any case, I believe that afternoon should be very happy for me in this period of time. This is the same feeling that performing art brings to me—one thing I am willing to do no matter what.
In addition, I would like to thank Kiwi for everything she did on the day of shooting. She urged me many times when I was struggling, or waited for me for a long time. At the same time, all the suggestions she gave me during the shooting process were very effective and helped me a lot. Also, she can spend 4 hours helping me filming on the premise that she herself is very busy. Thank you very much.