Father and Daughter
Michael Dudok de Wit
- Reminiscence of familiar past.
Aparajito, by Satyajit Ray
Light shimmers through hallway, A familiar shadow, Casted along the sideway. And it fades, Into a thousand flashbacks, Each in its own way, Hardens the step, the clap, Oh joy, Why are you so far away, For a distant past to come in a day?
Outer and Inner Space
- Poor little rich girl.
Chelsea Girls, by Andy Warhol
The beauty When There is not enough time to turn around and shout and scream and run and chase and grab and hold and kiss and strangle , gently, When there is time on the other side.
- In search of a lost pond.
Malèna, by Giuseppe Tornatore
Clouds are low again, Where to find the rain, Other than the preacher's gain? Moods are low again, But that distant blue, Would strike a memorable fool? Grounds are low again, How do you sit down at the pond, And not see that blonde? Breathe. Love.
Charlotte et son Jules
- The man who speaks does not know.
Breathless, by Jean-Luc Godard
Descending Your eyes are fixating on the floor Her feet are pointing towards the door Early Your hands are sliding down Her feet aren't making a sound Decisive Your body is still like water Her feet are circling on the border Audition Never make excuses in a wet condition
Felix in Exile
- A such, the window at cul-de-sac.
Voyage to Cythera, by Theo Angelopoulos
I know where I'm going only to reach that place means never staying I know where I'm staying to forget where I'm going
- Celebrating the death of a moment.
Videodrome, by David Cronenberg
Watch. You know you are not watching but whitewashing the last moment. Watch. You know the image is an illusion immersed into a visual torment. Watch. You know what happens next only for your eyes to remain dormant. Watch. You know.
Walt Disney, Ben Sharpsteen
- Disney trailers with wheels.
Castle in the Sky, by Hayao Miyazaki
In order to get a tire change for your house Do you A. Drive to the tire place B. Drive the tire place to you C. Open your gas stove D. Watch TV Answer: E. All the above
The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eyes
- DO NOT try it at home!
Memory is a bodily fluid, It can flow like water, spring like sand. Behold the crystal skull, of thy beloved shoulder, dislocated into an unsigned folder. Lest thy lung breathe, from the new air steamed from the water, of thy lifted look in the quarter. Such is life, it passes when you least expect the knife.
- The wild history!
History Parody/Social Satire
Life of Brian, by Terry Jones
When Hitler is caught for not paying a tip, Napolean is laughing at the bill, It alone, breaks the bank of Rothschild, When Alexander goes from kill to chill.
- The talent that gets buried under people.
Boredom has no cure, my dear Let those people have it