Films byTexts by 1946
FILM
Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger, 1946, 104’

“Where were you born?”

“Boston.”

“Massachusetts?”

“Yes.”

“That’s a place to be born, history was made there. Are you in love with anybody? No, no don’t answer that.”

“I could love a man like you, Peter.”

FILM
Georges Rouquier, 1946, 90’

« Je me souviens de Farrebique. »

Georges Perec

 

« Les films de Rouquier sont la continuelle illustration d’une phrase écrite naguère par Claude Chabrol : … plus un sujet est petit, plus on peut le traiter avec grandeur. »

FILM
William Wyler, 1946, 170’

“This is the only thing I’ve ever seen where the picture started and three minutes later I was dissolved in tears, and I cried for two hours plus after that. That was the opening sequence in The Best Years of Our Lives.

FILM
Howard Hawks, 1946, 116’

Vivian: You’ve forgotten one thing – me.

Philip Marlowe: What’s wrong with you?

Vivian: Nothing you can’t fix.