In this audio tour we are trying to tackle the problem: how to return the city which was yours in childhood. We presume that childhood years create a special sensitivity for the neighborhood streets, yards, and downtown. It is childishly impressionable emotional landscape of the city, with own people, outlines (limits), with native and alien (dangerous) places. So when such sensitive intensiveness goes down (changes), we think we’re losing our city, which used to bring so much joy. In out audio tour The Catcher in the Rye we’ll try to understand whether it’s possible to return this joy caused by the city.
The tour is based on the story about a teenager Yulia who hates her school. She often quarrels with her teachers, she doesn’t get her peers and can’t find the way to talk to her mom. Yulia often skips the classes to go to the woods around her city. Once she wandered too far off.
Composer: Marharyta Kulichova
Production: Pic Pic in partnership with the Festival of Film and Urbanism “86”