Memories come in fragments. They are never methodically organised or neatly categorised as the way you had first experienced it. When someone asks, “Do you remember?”, it takes a while to jog your memory, to recollect a longgone moment in time. This is what Pangdemonium’s The Father attempts to recreate—a collection of memories in disarray, but bound together by an ailing protagonist’s mind.
Talk to me and I slap you begins with a tantalising hook – the title itself. It provokes and invites, hinting at a moment of gentle teasing or a possible spark of violence. Someone will get slapped. But nobody will get hurt.