The Worlds we Build for Love
If you ever saw Tom Cruise in Minority Report, you have some idea of how this story begins. The main character-I will call him Rick, but you can use whatever name you like-touches his hands together and draws on his palm to create a charming holographic village for his beloved. In the space of an hour, he creates architecture, trees, and one solitary daisy to make Ilsa happy. Ilsa delights in the images, content to have such a picturesque setting all to herself. I don’t want to play the spoiler, but Ilsa’s wardrobe is worth noting.
Bruce Branit, who co-wrote the three-minute thriller 405 and was the supervising animator for the movie Titanic, among many other credits, uses his creative talents to conjure up the kind of world we all might like to live in.If you ever saw Tom Cruise in Minority Report, you have ',description:' If you ever saw Tom Cruise in Minority Report, you have '})">