Where does one begin when talking about such a master piece as "Dinner Date"?
I'll start with the obvious narrative. While, ironically so, the game is entitled "Dinner Date" it doesn't infact supply a date. Maybe a subtle undertone on Julian's dancing with his thouight of religion and Christianity? One must ask thesmelves.
Second of all is the appealing visual effects. I was absoloutly blown away by the look of the food and cigarettes. I could feel my stomach filling as I dined alone, on my bread and wine. What a beautiful nod towards Jesus. I was blown away.
Lastly, I want to mention the dialogue. While not 100% clean, it really struck me in a deep way. Showed how much of a hard time the character is having. My daughters hamster died recently so she can relate.
This is a fantastic visual and audible feast and I'm going to present it to my Sunday School church group this week!