Saturday, August 02, 2008

Without a rolldown screen or a sheet to project on, they cannot use the film. So many different Indias, from the six-screen multiplex to projection on a village wall.

6 comments:

Quin Browne said...

i have watched many a film on a blank wall...

the bumps and curves of the plaster add to the visual intensity.

at least that's what i told myself.

mago said...

Yes. That is what Bloch meant with "Gleichzeitigkeit des Ungleichzeitigen" - so much different times side by side - in some areas of Europe is still middle ages. In the Bavarian forrest they still hold up rebel-heroes of the 19th century, 200 km south there is modern million capital. Time travelling is real.

manuscrypts said...

perhaps that explains the name Priya Village Roadshow :D
@mago excellent take on time travel :)

soleil said...

aaje juna posts vanchti ti. life ketli badlai gayi. divas sharu thaay blogs thi...have divaso sudhi check ke yaad karvanu rahi jaay. aah, life. online dekhata nathi. updates?

austere said...

quin-I need to use that argument to convince. But really?

mago da magician- in EUROPE? What a surprising world.

manu-:)) Good one. Yes, go there too- to his page- v. wise.

souleil- :) kem cho. amey majama. rabeta mujab dheemi gati na samachar mafak, naveen khas thay, taro dharti par utrey eni rah jovay chey. tamari nava juni?

mago said...

Manuscrypts
Thank you.