When children are plunged into war, it's very powerful. War wins out, and children are corrupted. They are no longer children, but monsters. Death is a game for them. The term is "introjection". When we're shocked by something as children, the only way to get over it is to reenact what initially shocked us. So they kill animals, because they’d seen people killed in the war. They create a cemetery. It’s horrible. It’s monstrous and macabre. ... To me, lighting creates an emotional space. Robert Suillard created light tinged with emotion, Like Rembrandt. He used chiaroscuro to express the soul.