Flick Review < La collectionneuse | Éric Rohmer, 1967

"I only critisize people I like. If I really didn’t like you, I wouldn’t say a word."

La collectionneuse (1967)
Directed: Éric Rohmer
Cinematography: Néstor Almendros
Stars: Patrick Bauchau, Haydée Politoff, Daniel Pommereulle

Eric Rohmer's first color film.
According to the opening credits, Blossom Toes perform on the soundtrack to this film.

Haydée Politoff, La collectionneuse, 1967


Η ώρα στην έρημο | Pierre Bettencourt, 1917 - 2006

Stéphane Mallarmé, Educational drawing for his English classes, manuscript 

Στην έρημο δεν ξέρουν πια τι ώρα είναι· τους παίρνει ο ύπνος, λοιπόν, 
και συναντούν κάποιον που βγάζει το ρολόι του και τους λέει την ώρα
με απόλυτη σχεδόν ακρίβεια. Όταν ξυπνούν, την έχουν ξεχάσει.
Δεν πειράζει όμως· έμαθαν την ώρα.

Pierre Bettencourt / Η ώρα στην έρημο
Τα πλοία βγήκαν σεργιάνι
μτφ: Ε. Χ. Γονατάς

Kurt Schwitters, Mz 26 61. Sprengel, 1926


Morocco | Photos by Bruno Barbey (1972-2003)

Bruno Barbey, Morocco, Picnic near Marrakech. 1972
Bruno Barbey, Imilchil village. 1987
Bruno Barbey, Morocco, Village of Mzouda, near Marrakech. Young girls chatting. 2003
Bruno Barbey, Casablanca, Buying sheep during Ait Kebir festivities, 1993
Bruno Barbey, Sale, near Rabat. Old inhabited fort, 1972
Bruno Barbey, Town of Essaouira. 1985. The fishing harbour
Bruno Barbey, Marrakech. 1980
Bruno Barbey, Fez. Hides of goats and sheep dyed and dried in the sun. 1983
Bruno Barbey, Town of Tangiers, 1985
Bruno Barbey, Morocco, Chechaouen. 1972. The walls of the old city
Bruno Barbey, Morocco, Chechaouen. 1987. In the Rif mountains
Bruno Barbey, Morocco, People going to the market at Aba Chkou. 1988
Bruno Barbey, Marrakech, 1995, Berber women during a festival celebrating Berber culture
Bruno Barbey, Ait Bouguemmez valley, 1988


Sensorium of the World | Laurence Sterne, 1768

“Dear sensibility! Source inexhausted of all that's precious in our joys, or costly in our sorrows!
 Eternal fountain of our feelings! 'tis here I trace thee and this is thy divinity which stirs within
 me...All comes from thee, great-great SENSORIUM of the world!” 

Laurence Sterne, A Sentimental Journey, 1768

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