The Glass Harmonica
- Hear the hope, speak the truth.
Blade Runner, by Ridley Scott
No **** is worth defending, Unless you are ******. It is rather ******, To not **** and ****. Human ******** is not the problem, It requires no solution, The ****** of *******, Where to? A secret *******, Un******, Un******.
- Two eternal struggle: spoon and censorship.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail, by Terry Gilliam
My spoon is too big. Solutions: 1. Use a bigger bowl. 2. Use a bigger mouth. 3. Use the other side of the spoon. 4. Trade in for some smaller ones. 5. Call their customer service. 6. Google "big spoon instructions." 7. Find a girl. My "spoon" is too big. 1. ***Content Censored***
The Skeleton Dance
- One party that goes on forever.
Corpse Bride, by Tim Burton
Bones for sale! We have old wretch, Young hooligans, Recently detached, And fresh from accident. Pick your bone, Name your cone, There is nothing to show if you don't. (no customers) (still no customers) Man: Got anything for my dogs?
Dog Star Man
- Epic journey in a pin hole.
The Art of Vision, by Stan Brakhage
Epic is going relic: Man and his dog goes hunting. Man sees star, Dog sees scar. Man loses dog, Dog goes amok. Night falls, Dog squalls, And Man to his home, crawls.
(Beginning of An Unknown Era, Part I)
- Cruelty in post-virgin land.
Andrei Rublev, by Andrei Tarkovsky
Tell him to follow the rules in a deadly pinch He does with guilt And he goes To leave me pinch to Tell me to follow the rules in a deadly pinch I do with sorrow And I hope And resist To survive my own pinch
The Vanished World of Gloves
(Zaniklý svet rukavic)
- The cinema, being worn out.
Surreal Adventure/Parodic History
I went to the museum, and asked for a room, just enough for the moon, tonight, and tomorrow. The room has one bed, on the wall, filled with paint. To sit, have to share with a wheel. To eat, the ice cream is on the floor. Even the en-suited urinal, doesn't flush the right way. Well, I thought, it's just two nights for the moon...
Ten Minutes Older
(Par desmit minutem vecaks)
- by the heart, ten years younger.
Little Fugitive, by Morris Engel
(Theatre) - What are they doing? - Shhhhh...
The Fat and the Lean Wrestling Match
(Nouvelles luttes extravagantes)
- Heavyweight v. Noweight
The Circus and City Lights, by Charlie Chaplin
A stomach problem, Is digested by its solution, Which creates a second problem, Engulfed by its fast motion. Hit, Without lotion, Like sun, With no fusion. Sometimes a collision, Is better than A silent desperation.
- Parting ways, on a corner, unloved.
Jules et Jim, by François Truffaut
A tiny mistake, Grows into a sour cake. It takes a bite to let go, And a leg to reload. You are what you are, Perfect each moment, With nothing to look back. Let go of doubt, More would come about, It's best to go out, And keep your mind at shout.
A Day with the Boys
- Field trip on the riddle hill.
George Washington, by David Gordon Green
A house, rented, A gun, rented, A bullet, rented, A man, rented, A body, rented, and returned.