Rowing Across the Atlantic
(La traversée de l'Atlantique à la rame)
- In courage, there dwells miracle.
The more we surround ourselves by people, The more lonely we come to feel. The more lonely we come to feel, The more we surround ourselves by more people. Take a break from your surroundings, And come to see what really surrounds you. When man is connected to nature, All feelings are dissolved into wild dust.
The Little Match Girl
(La petite marchande d'allumettes)
Jean Renoir, Jean Tédesco
- An everlasting dream.
She finds herself on the other side of the window, Wandering among the invisible. A bit of red, Not a bit fed. The street is too wide and far, She finds herself on the other side of the window, Not much can be heard through the glass, Rather than? Better than? A night spent for others, Or a moment unspent like now?
What's Opera, Doc?
- The wabbit.
Catch a rabbit! 2 wabbits! 3 wrabbits. Catch 4 legs, 5 ears, 6 eyes, 7 tails. Catch 8 weeks of nineghts and tents. Catch 1112 on the hill, B efore it runs four teeths. Catch a fifth tee on a sixteeth attempt. Catch a seven to fill up the oven. Catch a teal throne. Catch a night's passion. Catch a two end tiers' boats. Catch a black jacket on the boats. Catch 22.
Statues Also Die
(Les statues meurent aussi)
Chris Marker, Alain Resnais
- The cold truth.
I am beautiful, But you will never feel my breath. I am strong, But even birds don't get along. I am tall, But eventually I will fall, Just like you all, One day we will be small. I am cold And you are warm, But I kept your warmth from a dusty storm.
Quasi at the Quackadero
Look at the picture, Oh yes, Fuck yes, More, Oh yes, Fuck yes, More, Oh no, Fuck, More, More...
Return to Reason
(Le retour à la raison)
- The other side of the brain.
Vacation on the body - Climb the hills, Camp in the valley, Reach another hilltop in a jolly. Look far beyond the wetland, A dark forest in the south, A moist cave in the north. Reason is not your best guide, In an attempt for a smooth ride, But one has to take the slide. To Cave or To Forest? That is the question.
A Charlie Brown Christmas
- Trees are beautiful.
Snoopy Come Home, by Bill Melendez
Charlie: Oooh...Look at that. Linus: What? Charlie: I want a Christmas present like that. Linus: What? Charlie: At least I won't be bothered by your sister again. Linus: What? Charlie: Look to your right. Linus: (sucking his thumb) Charlie: (silently watching) Linus: I think we should go home now, it's getting cold. Charlie: Yeah, can I borrow your blanket?
- Flirting with one's eyes.
Snoopy: I could lay here for the rest of my life...
Buster Keaton, Edward F. Cline
- The scared crow.
That son of bitch! He stole the lunch I just had this morning!
Bambi Meets Godzilla
- A parody of parody itself.
The Meaning of Life, by Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam
- Bambi, anyone? - OK, just added a Godzilla. - 10! - 15! - 50! - 250! - 250 Once! - 275! - 300! - 350! - 500! - (Holy Shit...) - 750! - 750 On... - 2000! - 2500! - 3000! - 3500! ...