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film/memory childhood

Looking at the touch and texture of everyday objects and quotidian life, and the sense and feeling these things carry, plus the personal memory and familiarity attached to them.

"Touch has a memory." - John Keats
"It's strange to remember touch more than thought. But my fingers still tingle with it." - Lucy Christopher
"Touch is a freaky thing when you're not used to it. It makes you feel all kinds of things." - Neal Shusterman


United Kingdom
  • A childhood touch; larger hands... same feeling? It's difficult to remember.
  • "The moment our lips touched, I knew the memory would last forever."
  • The touch of rain; the sense of nature; the refreshing feel of cold water.
  • A comforting touch, intimate yet innocent; the warmness of another.
  • A feminine touch; the colour of passion and the feeling of allure.
  • "I've been here before."
  • A familiar touch; the identical feeling of untold keys.
  • The touch of something special; the warm sensation of feeling a heartfelt gift.
  • "I remember this place."
  • Feeling for a pulse; something beating under the smooth surface.

About the creator

Christopher Newell

“People want to be bowled over by something special. Nine times out of ten you might strike out, but that tenth time, that peak experience, is what people want. That's what can move the world....