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L’écran Transparent (Bernard Parmegiani, 1973, available here)

“I kissed your ear
my love
seeing the words enter
as in our dream
before the land was like the moon
and the sun is like the earth”

from a poem by Marcia Mogro, trans. by Carol Peters

In Hollywood, most of one’s time is spent waiting. You’re waiting for your name to be called, you’re waiting for your project to get on, you’re waiting for your money to be paid, you’re waiting to meet somebody, you’re waiting for an actor to say yes. You’re just waiting. Endlessly, endlessly waiting. You’re waiting in your car. You’re driving. Endlessly driving. Out of 24 hours, 22 are spent waiting. You’re waiting to get laid, you’re waiting to get stoned. You’re waiting. -Rudy Wurlitzer

rivaldealer:

Converging on La Région Centrale: Michael Snow in Conversation with Charlotte Townsend (1971)

rivaldealer:

Converging on La Région Centrale: Michael Snow in Conversation with Charlotte Townsend (1971)

The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (Philip Kaufman, 1972)

roserosette:

Man Ray’s Imaginary Portrait of the Marquis de Sade in Marquis de Sade’s Prosperities of Vice (1988, Akio Jissoji)

Mujo (Akio Jissōji, 1970)

Goyôkiba (Kenji Misumi, 1972)

L’inconnu du lac (Alain Guiraudie, 2013)

Perfect Lives Chapter 1: The Park (Privacy Rules) (Robert Ashley, 1983, available here)

Perfect Lives Chapter 1: The Park (Privacy Rules) (Robert Ashley, 1983, available here)

Navel and A-Bomb (Eikoh Hosoe, 1960, available here)

Navel and A-Bomb (Eikoh Hosoe, 1960, available here)

The Stabilizer (Arizal, 1984)

The Stabilizer (Arizal, 1984)

The Stabilizer (Arizal, 1984)

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