A weekly compendium of links. An Interface Theory of Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon: “Interface Theory’s creator, Dr.
A blogger asks: “Does Sexy Beast contain cinema’s best description of love?” “‘Don’t be fooled by the genre
“You were my best friend outside of Paris in 1918. You were wounded in the Ardennes and you died in my arms there. I’m glad you’re back in the world. You have a different face, a different name, but the soul shining out of your face is the same as my friend. Welcome back.”
The best ending to any writer’s interview ever? Paris Review asks Ray Bradbury about the origins of a character named
Nick Cave on Leonard Cohen and “hiding songs”: …not only are these songs sacred, they are ‘hiding songs’ that deal
“There is a voltage to the storytelling sending pictures that you can’t help feeling. It hits you hard. It’s like a gigantic system. It magnetises your consciousness and reception into a special pattern. It is floating and shining as though we have been drawn into a constellation that’s all tangled and detonating, warping like a psychological depth charge.”
Richard Marshall on TWIN PEAKS: The show’s piloting consciousness steers bright dark religious-type negotiations into hell.
I found the true electoral map of the United States and I will use it to inform my forecasts pic.twitter.com/p9dPPlJECt —
the week in cityscapes pic.twitter.com/lBzhhOmYC1 — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) February 6, 2020 Position Desired: Cosmic Surf
Marilyn Monroe Eve Arnold pic.twitter.com/5H0BeMQnlA — L'uomo degli abissi (@Fanrizio21) December 17, 2019 void