A woman to cherish

Jean Renoir’s “French Cancan” (1954).

“People regard any attack on their religion almost as though I’m saying they’ve got an ugly face or something like that. It’s a personal attack on them. And I think that they feel cornered, and so they lash out with personal attacks that amount to personal dislike.”

Richard Dawkins

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Quince esquinas del mundo

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«Extracto del diario, pág. 22:

«Se trata como un evento dentro del silencio.

«La pieza debería crear la impresión de que se distorsiona el silencio, como el cristal distorsiona el espacio cuando miras a través de él.

«Ningún fragmento temporal de la pieza puede crear la impresión de una estructura cerrada.

«Es como ver un paisaje: ves el norte, pero también el noroeste y el nordeste.

«Puede ser un concepto formal. Rotar en torno a un eje y observar un panorama.

«Puedes empezar y terminar en cualquier punto.

«Si hay 15 voces, puedes observar quince esquinas del mundo.»

Eugeniusz Rudnik

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Nothing is as good as it

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“I’d say money is nothing, but nothing’s as good as money.”

Philippe Garrel, Sauvage innocence (2001).

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Oblomov

 

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“When you don’t know what you’re living for, you don’t care how you live from one day to the next. You’re happy the day has passed and the night has come, and in your sleep you bury the tedious question of what you lived for that day and what you’re going to live for tomorrow.”

Ivan Goncharov, Oblomov.

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“The worried look visible on so many city faces is more due to the constant witnessing than to the constant infliction of pain—though both most take their share in a competitive life. Those who are so happily free from this affliction have no need to travel; they can sit quietly and continue to be philosophers at home.”

Freya Stark in “The Philosophy of Travel” (‘The Spectator’, 1950).

The worried look

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