Ascenseur Pour L’échafaud

“[La vie c’est une…] modification perpétuelle.” Jeanne Moreau, (1928–2017) “Ascenseur Pour L’échafaud” (Elevator to the Gallows, 1958) is the title of French film director Louis Malle’s debut and it stars the quintessentially French actress Jeanne Moreau. She was or is the very definition of what it means to be refined, dignified and civilised. Even though… Continue reading Ascenseur Pour L’échafaud

Fiction Is So Powerful

Today, there are people that actually move like (programmed) game characters. If they would only dress the part, then it could be interesting. Dressed as their favourite in-game characters? Helas, no one of them do, they dress like everyone else, they just happen to move in a particularly strange way and I for one find… Continue reading Fiction Is So Powerful

The Overstretch

I do know that I’ve been accused of overdoing things. Exaggerate and even possible more often than the other way around. But, this is proper breaks. The new from the old, the ancient stuff, the good stuff. The eternal and all mighty bass, progressing through time, the one that captured me so many years ago… Continue reading The Overstretch

Wish You Where Here

This album cover has always intrigued me. I first saw it when I was a very young boy. Admittedly, I am not a young boy any more, but it still intrigues me. The picture’s symbolism seems even more powerful to me today. I always found it peculiar and like a rather ill-conceived strategy. I mean… Continue reading Wish You Where Here