home just in time to have lunch. OPEN the
door. CLIMB the staircase and go in to the
room. NOTICE a man on the front roof.
LOOK with more attention and notice that is
a boy. REFUSE to be witness to a suicide.
BELIEVE he was doing something with somebody
down in the garden. HAVE the idea of
snapping two photos. GO DOWN to the kitchen
to prepare lunch. GIVE a glance from time to
time at the front roof. BELIEVE that
somebody else sooner or later will see him.
VERIFY that he is always there, motionless.
SHOOT another photo also from kitchen.
SWITCH ON the television while he is there.
SET the table while he is there. START
to eat while he is there. FINISH to eating
while he is there BE SURE that some
neighbour saw him. WAIT for somebody to
notify the police. OBSERVE him shrugging his
shoulder and putting his head on his chest.
OVERCOME you fear...of what? DECIDE to
call him. WATCH while he bends forward.
TRY to... SEE him fall down. SAY
“It’s my fault because I didn’t open the window
and shout” HEY!...MY FRIEND WHAT'S THE
MATTER? HEY!...MY FRIEND WHAT'S THE MATTER?.
Instructions for use
A) Read the text which tells an
event that really happened, as you can verify
in the document of the court.
Observe the three photos carefully.
Think about whether to consider GUILTY or
INNOCENT the observer of the fact, because
he didn’t open the window and shout;
"Hey!…My friend, what's the matter?"
Therefore send a message telling me your
incontrovertible judgement by writing down a
simple word, GUILTY or INNOCENT. Moreover,
if you want, you can add a message explaining
the reason that determined your verdict.
E) Also any considerations, comments,
stories inspired from the fact are very well
accepted. All the communication will be
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