25 Ago “BONE DRY” by William Stancik
William Stancik continues his construction of an American alternative epic, distorting the past as well as distorts the images and sounds that make up his stories. Within the Great History, small stories of miserable and greedy men are stirred, at the service of those invisible and ruthless forces that manipulate history and try to guide its courses. These are the occult values upon which America rests, and this seems to suggest “Bone Dry”.
Yet, once again, Stancik’s gaze is even deeper and seems to direct our gaze into the depths of the human soul. America, therefore, in “Bone Dry” is nothing more than the great stage in which human farce is repeated for the umpteenth time, with its vices and desperate, unexpected tenderness. Thus, swept by a memorable dust storm, the protagonists look for their place in this uncontrollable vastness which is at the same time the history and the life of each of us.