Saturday, February 06, 2010
Go watch 'Jesus of Montreal'
(... because my efforts, provoked against my will, are still just fragments.)
Be warned, it's David Lynch, but something is being said about us and evil.
Or the bit at the end that he had been traveling and had spent time in India and Tibet.
Why was the actor killed by a falling cross?
Why was St. Marks Hospital full and chaotic and the Jewish Hospital clean and structured?
Did you pay attention to the patients at St. Marks? What was the name of the ambulance company?
Why the organ transplant segment?
The daughter of the actress, what was her name, why was she there?
The overthrowing of the tables during the commercial auditions.
Now what was that producers name?
Tell me about the two singers at the beginning, at the commercial audition, and in the subway at the end.
Why a subway?
The psychiatrist and the judge?
What was the play being done at the introduction?
Did you catch the last supper?
What did the black woman's rant mean during the first performance of the play?
Why Hamlet's soliloquy
Was there any homage to any iconography that you saw?
This stuff is fun actually.
Myself, I'm all the way back to 'Blue Velvet' and still working on it.
By the way showing 'Rabbits' to unwanted dinner guest is one way to create a permanent disconnect with them socially.
that I really started watching for parallels.
And what "Rabbits" movie are you talking about? "Rabbit Proof Fence" is on the list, and is very good. ...