CONTRA O GOLPE CIVIL EM CURSO E A FAVOR DA DEMOCRACIA

quinta-feira, 22 de janeiro de 2015

As a little girl in Vietnan, the writer Christiane Sacco, who was a very dear friend of mine, experienced the horrors of both war and nature at the same time (alone, her mother dead and her father a prisioner, she wandered through the hostile forest, eating roots and hiding from Japanese soldiers driven mad by war). She told me that for her, the only film to tell the truth about nature was John Boorman's Deliverance (1972), in which nature does not humanize human beings. She is no longer with us, but I think she would have liked The Thin Red Line.

Michel Chion, The Thin Red Line, p. 72.

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