Acting-Out Politics

Weblog opens discussion about the psychology of Bushmerican style of behavior.

Two Types of Creative Artists – Artist-Porter (Entertainer) And Artist-Prophet (Truth-Sorcerer) “They Who Step on the Tiger’s Tail” (written and directed by Kurosawa) is based on the Kabuki play “Kanjincho” which in turn is based on the Noh play “Ataka”. The film was initially banned by the Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers (SCAP) due […]

Can A Film About Personal Relationships Help Us To Understand Something Important About Socio-Political Reality? Bergman’s “The Touch” is dedicated to depiction and analysis of personal relationship and amorous encounter between two people with incompatible levels of psychological maturity – when one person (David) just self-asserts through his love affair which he perceives in one […]

When Entertainment Empties The Human Soul And Then Fills It With Guns And Sweetened Ex/crème/nts As it’s well known – every soldier dreams of becoming a general. But it’s like to dream of becoming a billionaire. Not too many dreamers are able to become their own dream and ideals. Dreamers go on being the dreaming […]

There Cannot Be Reverie towards Nature or Aesthetic Sensitivity In General Without Humility Henry Matisse, “Interior with Egyptian Curtain”, 1948 The composition of the painting consists of three parts. The first is nature outside the interior (seen by us through the window), which, like a benefactor, as if puts the fruits in front of us […]

  

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