An Invisible Thread Symbols & Objects

Alex Tresniowski and Laura Schroff
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New York City

This is more than a setting. It represents all the things that can happen in a city: the pursuit of dreams and the death of dreams. The close living conditions make people of all kinds bump into each other. .

The Symphony

Laura's apartment is a status symbol. It's small, but it's hers. It is a symbol of people who have made it.

Brown Paper Bag Lunch

When a kid brings his lunch to school in a brown, paper bag, it shows that someone cares for him. This is one of the insights that Maurice brings to Laura. She starts making him lunch and leaves it at the front desk of the Symphony every school day.

Annette's Big Table

One of the biggest impressions from Maurice's visits at Annette's house is the big dining room table. Growing up, people just ate what they could when...

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