Koyannisqatsi & The Lives of Others

Koyannisqatsi & The Lives of Others - Driman- set...

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Monday, April 04, 2011 11:14 AM Koyannisqatsi Nature Modernity Grand Cities Powerful Electricity Pastoral Vision- Nature at the softest, most welcoming, gardening space Industry Standardization Processed Artificial Disposability Military Suffocating sense of self-enclosure Architecture Military Aspect Latently Fascistic The Lives of Others Weezler- begins as totalitarian enforcer
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Unformatted text preview: Driman- set up to be a hero, sexy, not the most courageous figure His friend- CM- art is the highest imperative <-- both literally martyrs for art Film is dominated by sexual dynamics, the whole crusade against dramin is because the minister fell in love with CM at the play, also Weezler is in love with her too. Inspired by Kopala's The Conversation...
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