It is curious to see to what extent, even in a moment of physical danger, our mind can focus on questioning or analyzing what is happening around us. This moment of suspension, of slow motion, during which in a fraction of a second, all possibilities pass before our eyes.
On several occasions, he finds himself more focused on the lady in the green shirt in the front row or the man coughing in the distance, instead of considering the best way to perform the figure. Other times, it is the brain that tries to analyze in a few seconds the countless ways to fall and catch oneself without getting hurt.
Or during those moments of extreme fatigue, when the madness due to exhaustion, gives the feeling of having nine lives.
On the other hand, there are days when, caught up in his family’s responsibilities, he feels fear. How can he undertake such dangerous acrobatics while being so afraid of dying and abandoning his child?
All these experiences, surprisingly, always end in a pleasant way. The acrobatics are done, the audience applauses and Lucas has only one desire: to do it again…