It came as a surprise to me that he used fishing, choirs and the fibonacci sequence as parallel metaphor to describe the act and behaviour of the nymph. The later being specifically highlighted. It’s an odd thing to use if you think about it but none the less cool and inventive. I take it many geeks might have felt confused, you rarely encounter any type of maths when viewing a film that contains nudity. The movie might be no anti-christ, regardless though it’s still phenomenal. The entire experience was like reading de Sade for the first time again.
I hope the sequel is as good.-
The video I made is an inside joke, but still you might find it somewhat funny.
My daily walk from home to the office in the old town of Nicosia Cyprus within the Venetian Walls. the walk starts near the “OHI” roundabout and end ends somewhere between the Famagusta gate and the Archbishop’s palace. During this walk I pass from the narrowest street in old Nicosia that of Hadjigeorgakis Kornesios and the Liberty Monument.
…Nicosia/Cyprus never ceases to surprise me :-)
The world from above. Lights, Auroras and commets.
I liked both of these videos, good work! In order to show respect to the composers I post them on my blog instead of sharing them on FB. I think posting and sharing on FB has lost it’s value, just doesn’t have the gravity it does when you mention something on your blog.
Both videos are directed by Mary Clerté & Edouard Bertrand and I found them on vimeo.