Jean-Marie Straub’s first film after the decease is Danièlle Huillet, is a love poem to her. Le Genou d’Artémide is based on Cesare Pavese’s “Dialogues of Leuco”, that had been already adapted in Ces Rencontres Avec Eux (2006), by Straub et Huillet.
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Maybe old beliefs did us a favor, placing our genus in the broad class of 'creatures'. Thus loneliness was an illusion, since people were surrounded by kin plants & planets, results of demiurgic craft, sublunar minus-perfection. Love punctures this serene inclusion, its hounds bring deprivation to the bountiful; purity & depravity are the same, if love is lost or unrequited, as none can make it be less out of reach.
for so long i've been feeling like a ghost ("wind" he says, but the meaning remains same - do we ever touch what we pass?) and for so long i've been feeling like i've been everywhere and i've been everyone, with images i couldn't explain (you know, i told you about them). so i've been wandering (and i'll tell you again that "wandering" is the most lonely word) between them, reaching my hands through light and dark