Columbus was chosen for an important act of "Eyes Wide Shut": “Would you be so good as to excuse us for a moment?” asks the character in the Columbus mask to Dr. William Hartford, interpreted by Tom Cruise. He just sneaked into an orgiastic ceremony but a mysterious woman urges him to flee before having been caught. He will not follow her advice and will later be humiliated and ordered to leave the house.
The mask was created for America’s discovery jubilee ( 1492-1992 ). The author created this mask drewing inspiration by the Columbus portrait by Sebastiano Del Piombo (1519).
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Author: Signed by Guerrino Lovato - Mondonovo Museum
Handcrafted in: Venice, Italy
Material: original venetian papier mâché
Size: 38 x 32 x 13 cm
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This is the dialogue act:
Woman: “I’m not sure what you think you’re doing. But you don’t belong here”
William: ”I’m sorry but I think you’ve mistaken me for someone else”
Woman: “Please don’t be foolish, you must go now”
William: “Who are you?”
Woman:”It doesn’t matter who I am, you are in great danger. You must get away while there’s still a chance.”
At this point the character in the
Columbus: “Would you be so good as to excuse us for a moment?” Then he takes the woman with him up the large staircase. From that moment on William becomes an unwanted guest and is threatened and ordered to leave.
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