Stewart Lane

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Love is my madness: A short film by Stewart Lane This film has been made with the help of some of my friends and neighbours from the village of Rupkite, Bulgaria The film explores the theme of personal liberation and expression and the conditions that support or frustrate them. Very often, when we choose to do something outside the realms of convention, it is considered a form of 'madness' and generally frowned upon. Expressing ourselves honestly may mean we risk ostracism. Through-out the world, this is a condition many millions of people face daily. Some pay a high price for simply being themselves. Others, though outwardly conforming, privately endure a sense of incompleteness or lack of fulfilment. Interestingly, certain conditions will cause most human beings to defy conventions which do not support their greater happiness. An obvious example is 'falling in love'. But there are other forms of love that are also responsible for instigating that form of 'madness' that leads us to show our true selves; love for one's friends, love for one's family, a love for animals and, perhaps most importantly, a love for life. Latest developments in neuroscience (the study of the nervous system and thinking processes) show that being happy supports a healthy and robust immune system. Research shows that people make very different choices when they are feeling positive and happy; namely, choices that allow them to risk more adventure in life. Happiness is in fact our birthright. Our bodies have been designed to be happy and function best when we are in that state. In its small way, this film explores the themes of captivity, love, personal freedom and individual expression. The song it is set to is entitled 'Sails', which is also used in the film as a metaphor for exuberance and following one's dreams.

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