prostitutes are philosophers

Daniella 2022-09-02 01:04:41

I have admired Godard's film for a long time, and I finally watched it carefully. It is quite Impressionant. As expected of the director of the previous school entrance examination. Taking the lens of the Paris suburb expansion project as the connection of the film, it is a dialogue like an interview.

Since countless teachers have recommended this movie this semester, I couldn't resist the temptation. I watched it again. It was quite architectural. The beautiful prostitutes expressed their feelings about the building and the city in the form of monologue Existence, to art. I can't help but sigh that the prostitutes in Paris in those days were all philosophers. (laughs)

In the 1960s and 1970s, there were giants of European thought like Foucault and Deleuze in Paris, and the film was a mess because of this philosophy.

Art is the act of humanizing all things, and the lines in this monologue in the film are quite an incisive summary of art. It is a pity that France is no longer at the forefront of the world in this era. Many ideas have been repeated by American pioneers for a long time, such as the imagination of social informatization at the beginning of the movie.

In short, it is quite an interesting film. After all, the movie poster is a habitat collective plus a balieue urbaine. . . Students who are related to architecture or art, how can they miss it.

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2 or 3 Things I Know About Her quotes

  • Juliette Janson: Thought meshes with reality or calls it into question.

  • Juliette Janson: I know they're my eyes because I see with them. I know they're not my knees or whatever, because I've been told so. Suppose I hadn't been told. How would life be?