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Le pays de la terre sans arbre ou Le mouchouânipi / Land Without Trees

Le pays de la terre sans arbre ou Le mouchouânipi / Land Without Trees

David Perry

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Sonagi / The Shower

Sonagi / The Shower

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I’ve watched everything up to Belfast, Maine from wiseman. I’m two hours in to taiga, and I can see why a friend of mine recommends this really strongly, though if I were to compare my experiences with wiseman this is much more ideologically opaque to me and less intensely clever. seems like a pleasant way to spent a long time that could pay off. I appreciate hearing from someone who’s seen it tho, if you are still around any reason I shouldn’t get so invested in it?

well clever is never a good thing; that paragraph you wrote made me kind of choke a bit, and i’m not sure you’re going to find any of his work, or a lot of films, easy to digest until you take a nice vacation and spend some time away from film, maybe on the sea side or just going to bars while reading. 

I dunno I find wiseman very inspiring to digest and write about. worried you misread my post.

then i’d think a lot about what you’re interested in regarding this material, and regarding what you’re playing off against the adjacent internet. 

I think I read you clearly, but I’m not particularly interested in your way of looking at this or trying to withdraw my investment in the feedback I receive here. I use this place to externalize and engage.

smugglersblues:

serriform:

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smugglersblues

I’ve watched everything up to Belfast, Maine from wiseman. I’m two hours in to taiga, and I can see why a friend of mine recommends this really strongly, though if I were to compare my experiences with wiseman this is much more ideologically opaque to me and less intensely clever. seems like a pleasant way to spent a long time that could pay off. I appreciate hearing from someone who’s seen it tho, if you are still around any reason I shouldn’t get so invested in it?

well clever is never a good thing; that paragraph you wrote made me kind of choke a bit, and i’m not sure you’re going to find any of his work, or a lot of films, easy to digest until you take a nice vacation and spend some time away from film, maybe on the sea side or just going to bars while reading. 

I dunno I find wiseman very inspiring to digest and write about. worried you misread my post.

then i’d think a lot about what you’re interested in regarding this material, and regarding what you’re playing off against the adjacent internet. 

I think I read you clearly, but I’m not particularly interested in your way of looking at this or trying to withdraw my investment in the feedback I receive here. I use this place to externalize and engage.

smugglersblues:

serriform:

smugglersblues
I’ve watched everything up to Belfast, Maine from wiseman. I’m two hours in to taiga, and I can see why a friend of mine recommends this really strongly, though if I were to compare my experiences with wiseman this is much more ideologically opaque to me and less intensely clever. seems like a pleasant way to spent a long time that could pay off. I appreciate hearing from someone who’s seen it tho, if you are still around any reason I shouldn’t get so invested in it?

well clever is never a good thing; that paragraph you wrote made me kind of choke a bit, and i’m not sure you’re going to find any of his work, or a lot of films, easy to digest until you take a nice vacation and spend some time away from film, maybe on the sea side or just going to bars while reading. 

I dunno I find wiseman very inspiring to digest and write about. worried you misread my post.

smugglersblues:

serriform:

smugglersblues

I’ve watched everything up to Belfast, Maine from wiseman. I’m two hours in to taiga, and I can see why a friend of mine recommends this really strongly, though if I were to compare my experiences with wiseman this is much more ideologically opaque to me and less intensely clever. seems like a pleasant way to spent a long time that could pay off. I appreciate hearing from someone who’s seen it tho, if you are still around any reason I shouldn’t get so invested in it?

well clever is never a good thing; that paragraph you wrote made me kind of choke a bit, and i’m not sure you’re going to find any of his work, or a lot of films, easy to digest until you take a nice vacation and spend some time away from film, maybe on the sea side or just going to bars while reading. 

I dunno I find wiseman very inspiring to digest and write about. worried you misread my post.

smugglersblues
I’ve watched everything up to Belfast, Maine from wiseman. I’m two hours in to taiga, and I can see why a friend of mine recommends this really strongly, though if I were to compare my experiences with wiseman this is much more ideologically opaque to me and less intensely clever. seems like a pleasant way to spend a long time that could pay off. I appreciate hearing from someone who’s seen it tho, if you are still around any reason I shouldn’t get so invested in it?

smugglersblues

I’ve watched everything up to Belfast, Maine from wiseman. I’m two hours in to taiga, and I can see why a friend of mine recommends this really strongly, though if I were to compare my experiences with wiseman this is much more ideologically opaque to me and less intensely clever. seems like a pleasant way to spend a long time that could pay off. I appreciate hearing from someone who’s seen it tho, if you are still around any reason I shouldn’t get so invested in it?

should I watch Taiga (500 min) in one night or should I try to lead a normal life

Taiga

Sonagi / The Shower