In the 1993 dystopian novel "The Giver," author Lois Lowry conceives of a world devoid of color. It is only until the protagonist, Jonas (no relation), meets the Giver that he begins to embrace the possibility of a world beyond his own, one where memory and music, warmth and love are possible. Bosa is the Giver of the 21st century. (Or Kylo Ren, whose voice we hear in the beginning. It's unclear.) His bull rushes enliven a monochromatic world. Every sack spreads a little color, a little joy. Without Bosa, there is only darkness. With Bosa, the promised land is only a shrug celebration away.