Sign language has an extensive vocabulary much larger than mime. With a single gesture they can say words like humanity, independence, neutrality, universality. To represent one of these words in mime you would need to develop a piece of three minutes, that is to say, a month of work. Where we coincide, although with small differences, is in objects. And that is the subject of this chapter of Mimology.

A video by Carlos Martínez
(with subtitles in English, German and Spanish)

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