This is a simple image. Beautiful. Sweet. Powerful, also. That is, the air of nothing, gives us the signal of a return to life. A woman takes her baby in her hands and gives him a kiss. This woman is a comedienne, Jessica Fanhan, a native of Guadeloupe, where she lived until the age of a year and a half, before following his parents in Belgium. She comes to give life to her first child, in full containment. It is with it, this Friday, we've been wanting to conclude the month of readings filmed, these "Flowers funeral" released by the Evening from The 8th of may.
Jessica, who was playing the Ridiculous darkness in the Theatre of Pocket until the beginning of the confinement, while she was pregnant almost nine months, has chosen a text by Beatrice Fox, " The most difficult ", to make its contribution to readings of poems dedicated to words. A text in which the poet expresses the adventure that we live for nearly three months. A adventure difficult, that we had oh-so-fragile. And that today there is a need to get out. Because the life we (r)call. It is said in this poem, Jessica Fanhan bed holding her child in her arms. A child that, at the time of the reading, we do not see, is asleep... and began to babble towards the end of the poem, punctuated by the kiss impromptu that gives him his mother.Date Of Update: 06 June 2020, 20:35