Godard’s episode of the TV series, “Série noire” (1984), is a return to the tehemes of Passion and Contempt; a war of words between director, producer and acress during the production of a cheap television film.
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"...not defending the living from the dead by means of thier vast ton-measured weight and mass, but rather the dead from the living; shielding instead the vacant and dissolvong bones, the harmless and defenseless dust, from the anguish and grief and inhumanity of mankind" - William Faulkner, Sepulture South: Gaslight (1954), apropiadamente reconstruído por JLG en esta gran película sobre la decadencia y la grandeza.
Digital restoration. Doc Lisboa, rewatched. "Dis ta phrase", which in a previous film was strongly affirmed, here is repeated by a succession of extras in a long sequence - doubly extras, because in this film they act as such and also for the film whose casting is sought. The drama of enunciation is associated with music for a possibility of a happening, of a cinematographic gesture. In its pure form...