It begins in blackness with whispers. Jumps to a face with eyes closed. The eyes open. Words form: “I was almost human. But then something went wrong. I was a human being. But then I became a victim. I was almost a human being but then I ran out of time.” I wish I could embed the YouTube video here, but the embed function has been disabled. To see the video click the image.
If “Being Human” brings to mind Billie Whitelaw doing Samuel Beckett’s “Not I,” there’s nothing wrong with that.