4 thoughts on “Watch one of the most beautiful films we enjoy

  1. oh my, where to begin…it’s been awhile since I have watched it as until recently we didn’t know that otherwise unavailable films are often on youtube (merci beaucoup!) – but Holly watched it just a week ago. It moves deliciously, is terrifically poetic, and has that sort of aesthetic angst that difficult but true love seems to bring with it. The rigors of distance and miscommunications, the solitude of suffering, i won’t give a synopsis because it earns its wholeness. Thanks for passing through 🙂

"A word is a bridge thrown between myself and an other - a territory shared by both" - M. Bakhtin

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