Another Day Of Sun

Another Day Of Sun

In Another Day of Sun, a mother and her boy find themselves somewhere they weren't supposed to be. Lost behind a carnival's reverie — looking for a way back to a reality that will never look as bright now they'd stumbled upon this dreamscape. A playground for the players, and... was that a unicorn playing fetch with a dragon? Backstage, anything was possible. And as they stood hypnotised — unnoticed amidst the hullabaloo — the two wondered aloud (without making a sound) if they might just be lost forever...

Mother and her son, lost yet found, are the quintessential observers — much like we all are when struck with awe. Allowing this 'back stage' carnival setting to play with all the classics — from Wonderland to Willy Wonka and even the medieval tradition of the "Feast of Fools," a subversive festival that inverted social hierarchies and allowed for a brief escape from the rigidity of feudal life. A one-night only utopia where the rules governing the 'real world' were suspended.

So, are they lost? Perhaps. But sometimes, being lost is the first step in finding yourself. And in this otherworldly playground, amidst the cacophony of fantastical creatures and unimaginable sights, they find something far more valuable than any carriage could take them to. A moment of pure, unadulterated wonder that neither time nor reality can erase.