☛ The Rule of the Game by Jean Renoir, France, 1939 @ 1:30:00. IMDb. That’s also part of the times. Today everybody lies. Pharmaceutical fliers, governments, the radio, the movies, the newspapers. So why should’t simple people lie as well? • • • From the essay Alexander Sesonske wrote for The Criterion website in 2011: […]
☛ Le Journal de la photographie: “Yvonne, Koko et Bibi. Royan, juillet 1924” by Jacque Henri Lartigue. © Jacques Henri Lartigue – Ministère de la Culture – France / AAJHL. I have written about French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue before to show how his work had influenced American film director Wes Anderson and how it […]
☛ Bukowskis: Lot no. 631, Ingmar Bergman with wife Käbi Laretei photographed by Lennart Nilsson in the 60s. One of six photographs of Ingmar Bergman, including two by Lennart Nilsson, to be auctioned on May 29, 2013. Bukowskis does not have the exact dater for the photos, although one of them is known to be […]
In the documentary “D’ailleurs Derrida (Safaa Fathy, 1999) Jacques Derrida explains how interruptions are necessary in order for form a “we” (the first-person, plural personal pronoun). He goes to provide cautionary advice about the ideal of community.