YOU CAN (NOT) REPLAY

 

  • What is this person doing?
  • Are the piano and the cogs in the background connected?
  • Why is the person glowing?
  • What do you think the title means? What if the title was ‘You Can Replay’? How does ‘not’ change the meaning? Why is ‘not’ in brackets?
  • How could you link this picture and its title to the idea of life and death?
  • Do you know of any other books or films about a piano? Link to, and compare with, The Piano, Monkey Symphony and The Bear and The Piano.

 

Credit: Yuumei
www.yuumeiart.com – not all images are suitable for children

 

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16 Comments
  • Anonymous
    Posted at 12:58h, 21 February Reply

    Its beautiful

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 11:51h, 01 March Reply

    is this manga

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 19:44h, 24 October Reply

      No, I don’t think this is manga. Manga is read from right to left. This is probably Japanese-inspired art, but not manga.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 19:27h, 03 March Reply

    It ‘s nice

  • Alice
    Posted at 11:03h, 09 April Reply

    its amazing

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 02:56h, 12 October Reply

      I know

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 13:32h, 09 May Reply

    Amazing i love it

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 01:15h, 10 May Reply

    oh yeah

  • PinkMuffins
    Posted at 22:04h, 19 August Reply

    Melissa walked up the steps of the Great Clocktoeer listening to the graceful music of a piano. It was like a lullaby. When she reached the top, she gasped. “Simon?!” She cried. The boy on the piano turned around d and smiled.

    “I can’t stop playing a tune, that’s why I can get away with humming at school.” He said, “because I’m a timekeeper. I keep the beat of time even. You also have Coco, Andrew and Hailey, the other timekeepers. Coco protects life, Andrew protects home and Hailey protects the Great Clock.”

    • Mai
      Posted at 00:17h, 23 November Reply

      Qute nice story

  • Stuff
    Posted at 04:51h, 23 October Reply

    Anyone thinking of anime here?

  • Stuff
    Posted at 04:51h, 23 October Reply

    Deep

  • Mai
    Posted at 00:17h, 23 November Reply

    This is so cute and amazing thanks for the picture and questions 👍🏻

  • Asher
    Posted at 19:44h, 05 December Reply

    The young man stared blankly at the stars wondering “when will my punishment end?”. He had been at this piano for a hundred years, he was lucky that he didn’t have to wind the clock (that was in his village) but he had lost his family when he did something that cost him his life.The stars had trapped him in a linked dimension (the stars and earth) they are always looking down at every person. If someone did something horrificly cruel (like what he did) and give them a two hundred years of a punshiment in there home town. In addition you will die and live for eternity only seeing your family at night.
    Sadly he wished he could replay that moment.”You can (not) replay.”.He just had to wait an another hundred years when a mysterios green light surronds him he will live in happines.

  • for year 6
    Posted at 20:30h, 05 December Reply

    the young boy turned round and thought “when will i be able to use my weapons and fight with my viking clan” i’ve had enough of playing the piano to warn other tribes that they are alert.
    (continue of post by Asher)

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 15:20h, 28 December Reply

    yeah, I think this is anime. my friend knows a lot about anime and she told me that it was anime. I think she said that because of his anime hairstyle.

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