I am & thou art
I have & thou hast
Other THOU form in cinema [list]
... visual forms of words ?
How does "be" look like?
... it depends.
Issues : I, me, self...
[ NB: rework the topics.txt & subjects.txt ]
... can I smeel it? Taste it?
Ionesco: No society has been able to abolish human sadness, no political system can deliver us from the pain of living, from our fear of death, our thirst for the absolute. It is the human condition that directs the social condition, not vice versa.
Without flowing wine
How to enjoy lovely
NotesTo find a form that accommodates the mess, that is the task of the artist now. -- Samuel Beckett
... The Greek sea god, Proteus, was (like the sea) capable of changing form in an instant. In order to get any decent information out of him, you had to grab him and hold on tight while he went through his various forms — lion, wild boar, snake, tree, running stream — it wasn't easy. The verb “To be” is said to be the most protean of the English language, constantly changing form, sometimes without much of a discernible pattern. Considering that we use it so often, it is really too bad that the verb “To be” has to be the most irregular, slippery verb in the language. [ grammar ]...
The difference between "be" and "exist" is in filmic forms. We still operate in words, not images!
2007-2008 Utopia Project : film600 & themes script.vtheatre.net
600: Research and Film600 + Virtual Film
No blossoms and no moon, and he is drinking sake all alone!
Basho: No one travels Along this way but I, This autumn evening.
Temple bells die out. The fragrant blossoms remain. A perfect evening!
What does it feel?
Blind == machine
2005-2006 Theatre UAF Season: Four Farces + One Funeral & Godot'06
Film-North * Anatoly Antohin
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