Mission

I don’t want to find a solution for everybody. I just want to point out a direction to my similar, mostly to those who needs to “elaborate” a grief, how to achieve a deeper level of our perception through the delicate observation of our everyday life.
Here we may get an intuition about the existence’s complexity and we may achieve our craved answers, spontaneously coming to us, in the most unexpected and easy ways.

I think that the border between Life and Death is not so precise nor defined.
Nobody, no scientist, no agnostic, no priest or medium would never convince me about the existence or, on the contrary, about the non-existence of the after world.
This is not the problem of who needs to elaborate a grief.
There is something lingering in the air, something shared between “worlds” and instants of our life.
“To the unknown God” won’t treat about death as a memory or as a dark prospective but as a here and now. What’s left about a dead person? His memory? Yes, of course, but most of all, his Presence inside ourselves, that is more than a memory, that is something else. That’s it: “to the unknown God” will talk about this something else.

Our western culture, so wide, but even so primitive in its late-modernity, doesn’t feel like taking care about “going towards the end” but also the contrary may be true.
For example, we finally have laws taking into consideration and preventing people to die in a miserable and suffering way. The palliative cures keep dignity and value to the patient’s life. These cures are not meant to heal, but to go along with the patients, consciously staying close with them till the end of their days.

This doesn’t solve the feeling of loss in front of death, of the unsolved mystery of life.
I would be very happy if this movie could help a little who has to go through a grief.
By the way to talk about it would make us feel less lonely, we may feel part of a society that makes the question to itself through the greatest means that men have, that is Poetry.