I bought a dvd of one of those films, Walk on Water, while in Tel Aviv at that time. It worked several enduring themes into a fast-moving drama. I've retrieved it to watch again soon.
Is the Wild Turkey Community one of humans or birds?
"...by the end of the nineteenth century this particular fowl had nearly become extinct, hunted down, crowded out. The last known wild turkey in Massachusetts was killed in 1851... [in 1914] heartbroken ornithologists tried to reintroduce the wild turkey into New England, without much success. Then, in the early nineteen-seventies, thirty-seven birds captured in the Adirondacks were released in the Berkshires, and their descendants are now everywhere, hundreds of thousands strong, brunching at Boston’s Prudential Center, dining on Boston Common, and foraging alongside the Swan Boats that glide in the pond of Boston Public Garden.." - https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2022/11/28/the-return-of-the-wild-turkey
One to add to our animal thread! Will I leave that privilege to you, seeing as you're such an extraordinarily cultured and literate wild turkey?!
Megira's 'tra-la-la-la' worries resemble Morrissey's words on the sleeve of the 2009 Southpaw Grammar re-release:
"I lie awake at night: are there enough curves in the vocal melody? Will anyone care? Must the bass always be in? Why can't all parts tangle? Will this album keep people interested..."