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Greed and Gluttony of Sexual Domination, Consumption/ Appropriation/Self-expansion and the Psychological Need For Being Entertained/Megalomaniacal Self-engrossment – In Fascism and Post-Democracy In the middle of the 70s Pasolini was inspired to combine his creative inspirations by juxtaposing his retrospective vision of Italian Republic of Salo (1945) and his “futuristic” vision of post-modern “construction” named US […]

When Moral Dirt of The Socio-Economic Life (While Partially Neutralized by Compensatory Consumerism And Entertainment) Is Dumped Into People’s Internal World We feel motivated only by our social role, because the sensual life is more and more anorexic, more and more virtualized. We experience a desensualization of our life because we are so obsessed by […]

Whity Trailer Fassbinder wrote the following text about his own film almost simultaneously with the date when “Whity” was opened for screening. The importance of his opinion about the main character of the film (played by Gunther Kaufmann) is emphasized by the way the film talks to the audience – by simultaneously addressing two historical […]

The film is about how spiritual experience of gentleness, genuineness and sophistication is slipping away from human life into moments of disinterested meditation in musical form, which the talented and more than talented professionals provide us because of their love of music and for financial reward. The film provides for viewers endless impressions of the […]

DESTROY SHE SAID (Marguerite Duras, 1969) from Spectacle Theater on Vimeo. Unfortunately this clip doesn’t include English translation but it’s visually expressive. To survive physically after being exposed to catastrophically inhumane experiences – after being extremely violated by another humans, is not only difficult and more often impossible, but it’s not by itself a moral […]

It looks like Godard wanted to help the immortality of the old story by Merimee (vocally framed and reinforced by Bizet’s opera) by saving it from anthropological tautology. Indeed, what is so big deal about an amorous affair and its noisy betrayal? We know thousands of stories like that – love-betrayal-and-revenge – human thinking’s narrow […]

Like Marcel Prousts novel the film is about the relations between rich aristocrats and poor folks during the WWI period as it is about our time, the 21st century, when the contrast in the wealth and life style between the rich and the poor again, as many times in history, grows to extreme. Its a […]

Fassbinder had the joy of courage to just dare to do something in his films. If you don’t have the guts, you cannot progress. Fassbinder had it. Giancarlo Giannini (who played in “Lili Marleen” the leading character Robert Mendelsohn) Fassbinder’s “Lili Marleen” is not about Nazi Germany destroying the popular German singer as it destroyed […]

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