The films Philippe Garrel has sent out from 1964 to the present are like deeply intimate letters in which he reports on his travels (or perhaps the more psychedelic word ‘trip’ is better suited here) to the land of modern cinema.
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July 7 I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness
When I was very young, I was afraid of the dark. Then it became the only place I ever felt truly comfortable, or ever wanted to be.
June 28 Appeal to a Single Faculty
The other day I saw a film without the picture. Two films, actually, a double bill of What’s Opera, Doc? and Blade Runner at the Museum of Modern Art in which the bulbs had been quite deliberately removed from the projectors.