Fragmento de "Conquista de lo inútil"
Werner Herzog.
Ed. Blackie Books, 2010. Pág. 126
"Río Camisea, 4|2|81".


Pictures on the right are 4 stills from the film "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (1935, Max Reinhardt and William Dieterle).

In the first photo, (might by chance) Herzog appears pointing the finger at the wooden carven of the boat. Following photos are: a Russian artist showing his hyper-realist wooden motorbike, then a wooden carving that once graced the prow of a boat (from Chile) and finally the goddess of the snakes (Creta-Corse 1700 ac).

H se esmeraba por fijar mejor la talla en madera de la muchacha amazónica a la proa del barco cuando C, el que nos hostiga con eso de que en lugar de dinero quiere una moto Suzuki, le ha preguntado si la mujer estaba muerta.

No, ha contestado H, es de madera.

¿La víbora también era de madera?

, ha respondido él.

Entonces ¿cómo era posible que se hubiese enroscado alrededor del cuerpo de la mujer?

 

 

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Fragmento de "Conquista de lo inútil"
Werner Herzog.
Ed. Blackie Books, 2010. Pág. 126
"Río Camisea, 4|2|81".


Pictures on the right are 4 stills from the film "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (1935, Max Reinhardt and William Dieterle).

In the first photo, (might by chance) Herzog appears pointing the finger at the wooden carven of the boat. Following photos are: a Russian artist showing his hyper-realist wooden motorbike, then a wooden carving that once graced the prow of a boat (from Chile) and finally the goddess of the snakes (Creta-Corse 1700 ac).

(posted) by Á.P. 01.10.2015

Ángela Palacios