Matthew Gravelle’s clever and aesthetically superb short film manages to communicate themes of solidarity and inclusion even though the main characters are a set of creaky kitchen taps. The three taps, lined next to each other, make a musical dialogue as each one drips. One of the taps cannot match the same tune as the other two; they turn, with a creak, to glower at it in frustration. The arrival of a human, who attaches a hose onto one of the taps, adds another layer of complexity to the narrative, as we see the story from the confused perspective of the taps. This clever film has a fabulous rhythm, creating a lovely way to consider how musicality can express the themes of the DIALLS project. Children aged 8-11 years old will be compelled to make their own parallel texts with the same innate use of music and rhythm to shape a representation of sameness and difference.