|create the illusion||幻想を作り出す|
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· Review: Streaming Consciousness Floods ‘A School for Fools’ →
Stanislava Shablinskaya gives a delicate, witty performance as a postal worker who becomes an unwitting object of desire; and Yakubovich is hilarious in single-handedly creating the illusion of the mother’s forbidden love affair in action.
· A School for Fools review – Belarus Free Theatre's audacious lockdown challenge →
The backdrops in these split screens match to add to the illusion of one room rather than two, and the perspective of the split narrator (Aliaksei Naranovich and Roman Shytsko) is our own – he observes the action head-on and we only ever glimpse him through mirrors.
· Netanyahu can gobble up the West Bank and the EU will do nothing →
But the spars and struts and lifeboats of the old legalistic EU were only ever illusions.
· Australia not immune from US-style racial tension →
Yet there should be no illusions that Australia is immune from the tensions that have fuelled the riots in the US.
· After dancing with death, Erik Skoglund is still fighting →
However, even with all the necessary medical assurances, fighters have few illusions over the risk they are taking.
The New York Times
· ‘The Next Great Migration,’ by Sonia Shah: An Excerpt →
Parmesan had no illusions about changing the basic plotline, but she thought she might be able to document the specific ways in which the butterfly responded to the pressures it faced.
· The charges against former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin, explained →
He claimed that, in past cases involving police violence, “they have these people who work with the city come up with things that are such an illusion.”
· PM Modi indispensable leader but how to rectify mistakes, Shiv Sena asks in swipe at BJP →
Fight for Independence and struggle to become a nation, and the country’s growth on fronts of industry, society, science and medicine is just an illusion,” the edit said.
· Lockdown in Dhaka: where social distancing is an illusion →
But social distancing within our neighbourhoods is an illusion.
· Virtual reality: The future of defence training during COVID times →
These are used to actually stimulate our senses together in order to create the illusion of reality to give us an immersive experience.