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Reflecting as it does the thoughts of an individual as they arise, Home is as unsystematic in form as most people’s private thoughts are. A very ordinary man’s very humdrum life is disturbed by the illness of his mother. His journey home becomes a journey into the past: a reminiscence of childhood, growing up, first love, betrayal and change, and an exploration of the themes of time, nostalgia, permanence and impermanence. These themes articulate themselves through the central character’s own thoughts as he reflects that ‘home’ isn’t a particular place or time. Everyone has as many homes as there are alterations in time and place and perception and circumstance. Every change, every redefinition, relocates you. Things flow together into a totality the significances of which change according to the lights by which it is seen. A journey home is always a journey across a river that is at once different and the same.