This was a very responsible project for us. Firstly, the client was Konstantin Khabensky himself. That is, a man who is quite difficult to surprise with anything, but he will notice any inaccuracy, any non-ideality with the eyes of a super-level professional. Perhaps he will keep silent, smile, but he will notice it. Secondly, the main hero of the event was Ivan Khabensky, who turned ten the next day. On the one hand, this is the age when cute games "and imagine that this box is a starship" - already ridiculous, on the other - still not lost the ability to believe in miracles. And so what is required of us is an ordinary real miracle. That's all it takes. And thirdly, all gifts to Ivan on his first anniversary went to charity. That is, to some extent the fates of people whose lives depend on quite a finite sum depended on us.
To say that we had a great responsibility is not to say anything. But we did it. It was an evening of real miracles. And it was not even that famous illusionists showed their skills on stage. Miracles happened in the hall. When an adult solid man, rigidly managing a serious business, blurred into a childish smile. When a cold and impassive diva dances dashingly at the request of a little sorceress dance-spell. When a sophisticated cynic gasps with surprise and delight, clasping his hands to his mouth.
When people laugh and cry without hiding their feelings - is this not a real miracle?