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Glaza took four years to make.

Glaza means eye in russian. 

My wife Alexandra is part American, part Russian and part Danish but was born and raised in France.

Glaza centers mostly around my wife and our daughter Maya and ends a year after the birth of our son Sasha. 

Glaza is about place, light, closeness and estrangement. 

For the most part, our apartment in Copenhagen set the scene. 

It was a time when Alexandra was at home taking care of Maya (and later Sasha as well).

Living in a foreign country and not being able to speak the language, She had little contact with the outside world.

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