My favourite interview was a guy called Bruno, I really liked his interview because you can see that his interview was real and it was coming from the heart and it was quite funny. The interview was in brixton village, the vibe was amazing, people having breakfast, shop keepers opening up and people going food shopping. Bruno looked very approachable, so I went up to him and nicely asked him if we can interview him about his brixton memory and he was up for it, but he did say his story was ‘dark and deep’ and I said, “ its cool, it can be any memory good or bad” and he was up for it.
Bruno’s story was different to the others we interviewed because everyone we interviewed their stories were happy and good memories, his story was a bad memory about seeing someone get run over. One of the stories he told us was about his friend getting mugged and how him and his friend wanted justice, so they went to go look for the guy that mugged Bruno’s friend. When they found him Bruno was shocked because the guy was big and he was well known, so Bruno slapped the guys head and ran off, and the thug told some boys to go chase him but he got away. One of the reasons I like this story is because , even if a memory is bad you can look back at it and laugh about it which makes it a good memory.
And after all that has happened Bruno still liked coming to Brixton.