Gerdus says: not stupid, just disabled

Erzsi bore a healthy fetus under her heart. She was expecting her second child in September 1977. Only the cleaning staff was with him at labor, not even the midwife when the newborn’s head appeared for the third time. The life-giving, then suffocating umbilical cord was always stronger. The baby was eventually pushed out of the exhausted woman by the collapsed maternity ward. After four weeks, she was able to hug her daughter for the first time. Gerda is 44 years old today, helplessly disabled. She is a self-conscious and humorous woman according to her family. The fate of 68-year-old Erzsi was tied to that certain September 21st of life. The woman, who was struggling with illness, broke up with Gerda in April. The coronavirus knocked him off his feet. He was made to die for weeks, remembering only shreds from those times. Dani, the son of a photojournalist, not only took care of it, but also captured the critical days. He told me as usual – if he asked for a glimpse into another’s life, he couldn’t hide his own either. At the edge of understandable proximity and required distance, he sought authentic focus. Thus. (Echo)

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