Acting-Out Politics

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

Sigmund Freud (1856 – 1939) and Lucien Freud (1922 – 2011) Reading Freud in the late 50s was like a drug on track and then to fell from the Freudian mountain with the help of American and European thinkers (of mostly through French and German translation in English) was a sweet sweat ordeal. But Freud […]

Marcello Clerici (Jean Louis Trintignant – the closest to us with his back while the farthest sitting at the desk is the boss) successfully applied for a high position as a secret agent. Marcello is not alien to pleasant cheerful pop-songs, which pacifies him while he is trying to find a good “respectable” job. With […]

When something curious happened in the world and our six bourgeois melted into these six incredible/exceptional actors – as something also happens to us in gluing to Bunuel’s screen. We just… don’t want to stop and leave what we’re viewing and don’t want to abandon what’s going on… Why these people are moving ahead and […]

Godard is preparing Anna Karina and Jean-Paul Belmondo for their roles as the main characters… to be able to somehow function in his film “Pierrot Le Fou”. In the picture to the left we see Jean-Luc himself with a shovel burying them in the sand or conversely saving them from there. Jean-Luc with his wife […]

Love, Loving, cheerfulness and Art Rainer and Hanna are still a bit “modest”. They’re still young – more timid than they would otherwise be – and appealing to their admirers and friends. They’re surrounded by actors/friends – Harry Baer (to the left) and Kurt Raab (on the right) and cheerfulness shines through Fassbinder’s eyes and […]

  

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