“Anthropology has been a hotbed of arguments about essentializing difference, about controlling the Other, so isn’t it dangerous to start making the codes of that discipline one’s own? Let’s move to fig. 3, Le songe de Poliphile [The Strife of Love in a Dream] (2011) [...].
1. Take a walk through the village.
2. Take a walk on the beach.
3. Have lunch at a famous restaurant.
4. Collect a pretty shell or a nice souvenir.
5. See if there are tours through the mud flats.
6. Find someone to play badminton with.
“Near the end of Alain Resnais’ masterpiece Muriel, a man sings a music hall chanson about time and memory that mournfully repeats the word déjà to emphasize the rue of those who “fear the future, regret the past.” He could be describing Hong Sang-soo’s aimless characters – “I have nowhe
“The unusual Red cardigan was an exhibition based around the discovery I had made of somebody trying to sell a second hand VHS tape of my films on eBay. I’d discovered through ego surfing, googling myself.
“‘There is no one I respect more than my audiences’.
With that one gutsy punch line, 25 year old Daniel Hui opened his debut feature, Eclipses.
« À la manière d’un détective, Meryll Hardt se lance sur les traces du navigateur, nous entraînant dans un voyage qui a tout d’une odyssée. Le film s’ouvre sur un prologue, un écran noir sur lequel vient s’inscrire une simple question : « Why are you crying for ? ».