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Warm Snow by Ira Elshansky

Warm Snow by Ira Elshansky

A dad nags his daughter at the kitchen table. Then, it turns into a surreal world of love and pain. Things get deep at 1:45…

Ira Elshansky tells the story about a dad and his daughter, who is becoming an adult.

It starts out in an ordinary situation, with the two sitting at the kitchen table. The daughter is waiting for her food to get warm and is annoyed by her dad’s questions and suggestions.

But then, the situation develops into a surrealistic world full of transcendental love and pain.

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