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|June 8, 2006, 15:57:44|
submarinechannel (Remco Vlaanderen)
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Last time edited on : June 8, 2006, 15:59:05
I just posted a Quicktime interview with Peter Greenaway on SubmarineChannel.
About his Russian fame: "I was in Moscou about three years ago and I had a taxi driver in the streets of Moscou actually quoting the dialogue from the Cook the Thief His Wife and Her Lover".
"the characterstics of tape have freed us from all those hidden invisible tyrannies of celluloid"
and my favorite:
"History is an unknown country. You can't visit it."
Hope you like...
|June 9, 2006, 16:19:57|
NGKrush (firstname lastname)
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very interesting interview. i totally forgot about tulse calling himself a clark.
greenaway explains that the job of a clark: colelcting and ordering information is actually the same as an artist: [they are both] "rearranging the facts of the universe" i think greenaway mentioned in his explanation.
it adds something to the tulse character that i had totally overlooked. he presents himself as a simple man, but when you follow him for a while you know better. i think it's that characteristic that makes him so enjoyable to watch: you know theres always something more, but he doesn't always reveal it(but everytime you hope he does).