"Ominous use of dark and light and lengthy sequences without dialogue characterize both Tiny and Baby's and Ingmar Bergman's films," we wrote a couple of years back, comparing the cinematographic style of the Chelsea Grays' "Want your supper?" with that of the great Swedish director's "The Virgin Spring." Last year, in the magic light of a setting sun, Baby and Tiny were at it again, inviting our camera's eye to explore the sounds of silence. More of the same this afternoon as the scene shifted from dining room and kitchen (above) to up close and personal on our computer desk and printer (below).
As the mystical moment of incantation -- Want your suppers? -- drew near, the brooding Bergmanesque mask of "Meows and whispurrs" slipped a little, Tiny's eyes glazing over and Baby's restive gaze and tilt of the head seeming to say "Come on, Grandma. Let's eat!"
Update: More meows, purrs, bow wows, grrrs, tweet tweets and a babel of sound and furry at Modulator's Friday Ark #161.