Today The Daily Post had a Discover Challenge called Conventional Wisdom, and this is what is said:
This week, write a post that goes against the conventional wisdom — reinterpret something for us.
Tell us about your unconventional views.
Help us to see an old story in a new light.
Write about a cliché you’ve never agreed with.
Give us your interpretation of a book, film, poem, or song you understand differently than most people.
Take a photo of something most folks find boring or unattractive, and show us its unappreciated beauty.
Create a sketch that reimagines a classic story.
Challenge us! Push us to think of the world — read a story, see a photo, hear a song — in a way we might never have thought of.
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And this is my response:
It was of my incomplete weird crazy personal interpretation that I made during one of my lonely depressive periods of a Japanese original video animation (OVA) called Angel’s Egg by Mamoru Oshii and Yoshitaka Amano:
Here is my post that I made about this last year called Angel’s Egg (John Jr’s Personal Interpretation):
The above link will take you to my post about it, and there you can read the rough draft that I found of my crazy and weird personal interpretation of Angel’s Egg; and you can watch the YouTube video to see Angel’s Egg for yourself.
The post in the link above will be used for my response to today’s Discover Challenge.