Images from the web, films or video that represent the following feelings, concepts or place:
La Riviere du hibou (An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge), 1962 (Ambrose Bierce story/ Robert Enrico film); Watership Down, 1978 (Richard Adams book, Martin Rosen film); Les Triplettes de Bellville (The Triplets of Bellville) 2003 (Sylvain Chomet directs).
In the third, three aging crone sisters make ‘home’ whatever space they share together on a quest to rescue a kidnapped bike rider at the Tour de France, through improvisational musical expression reminiscent of 1920’s dance halls. ( Film composer Benoît Charest indicated that his music ideas stemmed from his desire to see if he could make a song with a refrigerator, a vacuum, a piece of paper and a bicycle wheel.)
Off the Map, 2002 (adapted from the Joan Ackerman stage play, directed by Campbell Scott); Como agua para chocolat (Like Water for Chocolate) 1992 (Laura Esquivel novel, directed by Alfonso Arau); The English Patient, 1996 (Michael Ondaatje novel, Anthony Minghella directs)
In the second, intimacy emerges from erotic, magical relationship in the preparation of food. In the third, cross-cultural intimacy grows as a counter-balancing, life-affirming response to war-caused suffering and death.
Le Roi de Coeur (King of Hearts), 1966 (Phillipe de Broca directs); Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, 1969 (directed by George Roy Hill); Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon , 2000 (Ang Lee directs)
In the third, freedom of the heart and soul finds exuberant expression through magical, physical feats in an exotic love story.“Even if I was banished to the darkest place, my love would never let me be a lonely spirit.”
Dreams, 1990 (created, written and directed by Akira Kurosawa); Cyrano de Bergerac, 1990 (adapted from the Edmond Rostand play, directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau): Tank Girl, 1995 (Rachel Talalay directs)
In the third, based on a comic book by Martin and Hewlett, a young woman defines her powerful individuality through decisive leadership and sexual prowess.” Joan Jett and Paul Westerberg of The Replacements perform a punk duet version of Cole Porter’s 1928 hit “Let’s Do it (Let’s Fall in Love)”: www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIdx0MI7h_g