“Inside, you’re not old. If I look in the mirror, then I know it of course. Especially in the morning.” Photographer Lieve Blancquaert is tonight’s guest in The zomert with.
Dear argued recently in her new documentary series Last days, in which she investigates how we deal with aging and dying. “I can really hurt to make, about how we do that, old. Why do we do that so bad?” It also ensures that they also think about her own life. “Inside, you’re not old. Inside you remain the same man. 32, 33, for me, is that there somewhere. If I look in the mirror, then I know it of course. Especially in the morning.”
But also in her personal life is the theme of her series is very close. Her experiences with Last days help. “I am now 2 years with how the world is growing old and saying goodbye. But yet you are never ready for it. I was in Varanasi and there was a man his father of burning. And I said, “isn’t that hard, it’s your father.” And he said, “if you are born, then you know that you are going to die”. That is so in the Hindu culture. But I thought, “no! I hope very old to be. Even nicer would I find it to be at a certain time to be finished with life.”