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The lake is a symbolic place, with its reflections, both real and fictional, and its shimmering surface. Sometimes, old grandmothers live in lakes, advising us to run away from mirages and look for solid, material places. But rowing to the other side is not always the solution, when the reflections attract us and the current leads us to assume that boats can sink.

The lake recreates a scenario that we know is ephemeral but we interpret as lingering. It is accompanied by enchantment and sophistication, as well as by cynicism and treachery. There is nothing more human than offering oneself up to life and nothing more wise than learning to find beauty in life’s experiences.