Take, for example, the video "Messages from Quarantine" by Niccolò Natali and Nikola Lorenzin, we hear the disembodied voices of Italy: their fears, their questions, their need to connect with others. "The thing that worries me the most is not knowing when this epidemic will end," we hear as the camera pans across an Italian apartment building showing people on their balconies. "Because of this situation I haven’t seen my 2-year old daughter in two weeks,” a parent shares. And, capturing the uncertainty of this time, one voice admits "I feel dazed." As I watched this video, I felt a deep connection - this pandemic has made it even more clear that we are all humans with similar fears, desires and basic needs.