In a period of three months, we asked 28 people about belief .
I recorded the visual reactions of the answer during dialogue. I focused on each case, recording the tiny and ambiguous details and reading them again to detect emotions of worry, doubt, fear and indifference. The visual reaction is more truthful. I counted on that reaction more than I counted on the spoken language itself. Language sometimes may consist of a simple collection of diction.The motive behind this research and dialogue that took 90 days with 28 persons such as artists, writers, thinkers, actors, students and laborers was the search for belief . Would their chances and lives change when their faith has greatly changed? This research project led me to many questions, but not to a definite answer