Unicorns do exist

The Unicorn is one of the most mysterious of all animals. It has been written about, told about and sung about for centuries and remains one of the ‘great unsolved mysteries’ of our world.

Despite the widely held belief in its existence, it has not been seen in centuries; but I have always known that unicorns do exist.

As a young child I made up stories about them and as I got older and had children and grandchildren of my own, I made up unicorn stories for them too.  One grandson was particularly enthralled by stories of Ronald who had a pet unicorn that he kept in the bedroom of his apartment.  The unicorn, for reasons known only to that grandchild, was called Bert.  Ronald and Bert had many adventures over the years.  Ronald first espied Bert from the window of the school bus and took him home with him.  Well the children were very young and believed anything their Granma told them.

So when I read this email from a friend :

British film director Sir Ridley Scott launched a global film making contest for aspiring directors. It’s titled “Tell It Your Way”. There were over 600 entries.

The film could be no longer than three minutes, contain only 6 lines of narrative & be a compelling story. The winner was “Porcelain Unicorn” from American director Keegan Wilcox.

It’s a story of the lifetimes of two people who are totally opposite, yet, very much the same – all told in less than 3 minutes.

Click here – You’ll see why it won.

And a quote on imagination by Michelangelo –

“I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.”

Michelangelo's David

As seen in the Academy of Fine Arts, Florence (Accademia di Belle Arti Firenze)


27 responses to “Unicorns do exist

  1. While I conjured quite a bit with my imagination, for some reason I never fancied unicorns.


  2. Amazing video. Thanks for sharing, Unicorns are magical and my daughter believed in them when she was little (perhaps still does).


  3. Oh Judith, your magic and the magic of the unicorn are in this post. The film is, of course, spectacular too.


  4. What a beautiful, yet heart-wrenching story. Thanks for finding this and sharing.
    Anne 🙂


  5. I couldn’t resist sharing the story – it shows that even in the darkest moments, love does exist in the human heart.


  6. It’s a beautiful film, it gave me goosebumps. 🙂


  7. Jackie Cangro

    Wow, that was the most lovely 3 minutes of my day. Thank you for sharing it!


  8. ‘My dreams were populated with unicorns and fairies . . .’
    This is what Steffi writes. She’s the wife of one of our grandsons and blogs under the name ‘Unicorn Whispers’.


  9. Sorry, I went it bit wrong with the spelling. But you can contact Stephanie per email:
    She is a young mother and loves writing, gardening and lots of other things. She lives in Victoria, Australia.
    Maybe you’d like to know what her interest in unicorns is?


  10. Back again because I just watched the film. There really is magic in it. It’s wonderful!


  11. Your grandson’s wife sounds like somebody I shuld like to know. I shall send her an email so that I can look at her blog. Thank you. 🙂


  12. Unicorns + Magic = Perfect Together. Great video.


  13. That film is just lovely, Judith, thank you so much for posting it. I believe in unicorns too 🙂


  14. I’ve always loved unicorns and another one of my favourites is Pegasus. Lovely video, it really moved me.


  15. Thank you – wasn;t that a lovely video? 🙂


  16. I love the thought of unicorns and loved the film it was also so sad, thank you xx


  17. A lovely story! Thank you.


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