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Post #951 by mcphee » Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:56 am

Lord Byron was his guy.

Shelley and Keats were out in the street
And even Lord Byron was leaving for Greece
While back at the Hilton, last but not least
Milton was holding his sides
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Post #952 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:04 pm

What is the mcphee on about?
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Post #953 by Mufasa » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:13 pm

Ok, so what you might like from Bergman is Scenes from a mariage and it's follow up Sarabande,Bergman's last film.
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Post #954 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:19 pm

Okey dokey. So far, my favs have been The Seventh Seal and Winter Light. I like the heavier philosophical shit, mumu. Gimme that!
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Post #955 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:32 pm

So far, I’m interpreting him as going from mild agnosticism (uncertainty of the knight in Seventh Seal), to more hardcore agnosticism (his recurring themes of God’s Silence), to his rejection of ´feel good’ interpretations such as ´God is love’ (through a glass darkly) to a more dark and dismissive interpretation (his God is a spider in through a glass darkly and Winter Light), to his outright rejection the very need for a God concept and movement towards secular humanist values (winter light). I’m here, not sure if the trend continues (next up is the Silence and Persona).

His dueling humanist and religious agnosticism was there from the start (brilliantly portrayed in Seventh Seal, I found). It kinda bugged me for a while as it seemed relatively static for a few films. But with Winter Light, I think I saw a progression. It’s like an at the base humanist guy taking us through his initial doubts and ultimate rejection of religion. Bergman’s dad was a severe preacher man, so there may some meta to personal experience/growth in there too, parallel to the religious discussion.
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Post #956 by TittiesNBeer » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:55 pm

Dog wrote:Mac, were you a Bruins fan in your youth because you were from Quebec city and hated the Habs? Were you one of those people?


I thought he loved Byron Dafoe or some bullshit.
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Post #957 by TittiesNBeer » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:56 pm

Dog wrote:What is the mcphee on about?


Macbeth's love of Byron Dafoe.
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Post #958 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:57 pm

For the record, I share Bergman’s conclusions (if that’s where he’s going) in rejecting a God concept and instead focusing on humanist values. But, I disagree with his reasoning. It seems emotional based, rather than logical. He seems to be rejecting God because it does nothing for him. This kinda goes with how I feel most people approach this. As a question of what they ´want’. If it makes them feel good, they believe. If it doesn’t, they may reject. That’s a completely wrong approach. It should be an objective reality question. Is there one or isn’t there. Is there sufficient evidene to believe. That sort of thing. It’s like asking whether there is life on mars or somewhat and people believing or disbelieving based on emotional preferences. What you feel or prefer has no bearing on it. It’s irrelevant. Look at it objectively and decide, actually taking care to eliminate emotional preferences and biases. Back when I was a wee lad and quite religious, I actually didn’t care if God was nice or not. Heck, even if he was the biggest asshole ever, if he was omnipresent and omnipowerful (by definition, unbeatable), well I was going to be a suck up regardless. Think of it, the absolute all powerful ruler of the universe deciding what to do with you for eternity. Yeah. Who cares of he’s nice or not. You have no choice. I stopped believing simply because as I grew, it seemed implausible.

Anywho, just an aside. Bergman seems like my kind of guy. Pretty optimistic humanist without religious belief. The road is just different.
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Post #959 by AD » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:57 pm

Dog wrote:Have any of you guys watched Marketa Lazarová (Czech, 1967, Frantisek Vlácil). That looks like some heavy duty medieval shit. On my list, not too sure what to expect.


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Post #960 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:58 pm

TittiesNBeer wrote:
Dog wrote:Mac, were you a Bruins fan in your youth because you were from Quebec city and hated the Habs? Were you one of those people?


I thought he loved Byron Dafoe or some bullshit.


That sounded like some quote from some song from the 70s or some such.
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Post #961 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:58 pm

AD wrote:
Dog wrote:Have any of you guys watched Marketa Lazarová (Czech, 1967, Frantisek Vlácil). That looks like some heavy duty medieval shit. On my list, not too sure what to expect.


I don't think I've ever hated a dog post as much as I hate this dog post.


Why?
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Post #962 by AD » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:59 pm

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Insufferable.
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Post #964 by mcphee » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:01 pm

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Post #965 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:04 pm

What’s wrong with my post? You people suck!

Everybody is wrong but me.

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What’s wrong with the mcphee?
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Post #967 by TittiesNBeer » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:07 pm

Dog wrote:What’s wrong with the mcphee?


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Post #968 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:08 pm

Craig wrote:Insufferable.


Talking about old movies?

Talked about it before. There is a collection (Criteron) of classic films. You can go on it and look at different movies. Even have trailers and whatnot. It’s pretty straight forward. I’m sure the artistes know all about it. Mumu/mac seem to have seen everything I’m talking about. I’m like an excited 1st year student doing through the basics all excite and whatnot and trying to talk to the seniors.
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Post #969 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:18 pm

Tell me this doesn’t look interesting :

https://www.criterion.com/films/27876-marketa-lazarova

Hint: you can’t!
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Post #970 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:26 pm

You guys kinda suck. Barely anyone talks about anything here beyond one liners and sporatic talk about a bad hockey team. I’m pretty much the one keeping a discussion going with whatever is on my mind. A few discuss a bit. Every once in a while somebody puts in a bit of effort. Otherwise, it’s just barren. You guys are smart, mostly interesting. Is there any interest in discussing anything other than superficially?
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Post #971 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:31 pm

Of course, this whole film thing started because I got a new TV and was excite to us it. Watched a few films, remembered why I thought films were overwhelmingly crap and had largely given up on watching them, decided to look for independant films, which also tend to be crap, which lead me to classics, where the hit/miss ratio seems to be much better, I find. Being me, I get excite when I get into something. Being on broads, I talk about what’s currently on my mind.

Nothing to see here. Just automata doing automatic things.

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Post #972 by Shawnathan Horcoff » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:45 pm

Dog wrote:You guys kinda suck. Barely anyone talks about anything here beyond one liners and spo--


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Also, let's keep this thread about Galchenyuk's on-ice performance, development and value and NOT bring in his personal life or race.
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Post #973 by Mufasa » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:47 pm

I think you discuss most things superficially, your take on the existence of God is a good exemple.
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Post #974 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:50 pm

edgar_dong wrote:
Dog wrote:You guys kinda suck. Barely anyone talks about anything here beyond one liners and spo--


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Thank God for Edward _dong.
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Post #975 by Dog » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:51 pm

Mufasa wrote:I think you discuss most things superficially, your take on the existence of God is a good exemple.


This is good.

Tell me more.
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Post #976 by Not » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:51 pm

AD wrote:Fuck you.


Same here :why:
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Post #977 by Macbeth » Thu Jan 11, 2018 12:06 am

Dog wrote:
Macbeth wrote:This Bye Week is making me lose interest in everything.


What are your thoughts on Ingmar Bergman, mac? Favorite films?

I know it's like talking to a pesky 1st year student, but humor me!

I am not a Bergman lover or connaisseur by any stretch and I know very little of his oeuvre.

But Cries and Whispers is amongst my ten favourite films ever (including Andrei Rublev, and The Passion of Joan of Arc by Dreyer; and also Bennett Miller's Moneyball, while we're at it).

It is magnificent, beautiful to look at, extremely poignant, and it is astonishingly shocking.

I cry everytime I watch it, and I was profoundly disturbed by some of its imagery.

Can't live without that film.
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Post #978 by Macbeth » Thu Jan 11, 2018 12:11 am

Dog wrote:Mac, were you a Bruins fan in your youth because you were from Quebec city and hated the Habs? Were you one of those people?

Guys were right.

I was mostly a goalie fan for much of my teen years.

I went from a huge Mike Richter mark to an even bigger Byron Dafoe one.

As long as he was a Bruin, I was a Bruin fan.
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Post #979 by Macbeth » Thu Jan 11, 2018 12:13 am

And Mumu is right: Scenes from a marriage is an absolute must.

The long, made-for-TV version, not the theatre-bound bullshit.
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Post #980 by Shawnathan Horcoff » Thu Jan 11, 2018 2:03 am

What a preposterous all star selection. Image
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Post #981 by Dog » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:14 am

Macbeth wrote:
Dog wrote:
Macbeth wrote:This Bye Week is making me lose interest in everything.


What are your thoughts on Ingmar Bergman, mac? Favorite films?

I know it's like talking to a pesky 1st year student, but humor me!

I am not a Bergman lover or connaisseur by any stretch and I know very little of his oeuvre.

But Cries and Whispers is amongst my ten favourite films ever (including Andrei Rublev, and The Passion of Joan of Arc by Dreyer; and also Bennett Miller's Moneyball, while we're at it).

It is magnificent, beautiful to look at, extremely poignant, and it is astonishingly shocking.

I cry everytime I watch it, and I was profoundly disturbed by some of its imagery.

Can't live without that film.


Cries and Whispers is on the up next list (after Persona which is next). Trying to go chronologically on selected titles basically. I've had trouble finding scenes from a marriage -will look harder. Passion of Joan of Arc is on the list (my only 'real oldie' has been Metropolis and I really liked it so added a lot more of the early 20th century classics to the list). Passion of Joan of Arc is up there amongst oldies. There's a bit of a shock with these old oldies, I found. How contemporary they are. You are looking at people 70-100 years ago (which in itself is incredible). They are everything just like today (few tech and cultural differences notwithstanding). I should give Rublev another try. A thing I find is that many of these films are quite dense and it takes repeated viewings and reading/thinking about it to really get it. First viewings can be more a "gut reaction" than anything. First viewing (especially without prior info) seems to be more about you. You bring yourself to the interpretation. Takes a a lot more knowledge of the director and his overall vision to get 'him'.

Watched The Silence last night. The third of Bergman's so-called trilogy on faith (albeit, I would not have seen it if I hadn't read it). That was, again, absolutely superb. I don't know much about anything, but Bergman is turning out to be quite something. I read somewhere that some people interpret the two sisters as two facets of the same person (the Mind and the Body, as it were). I kinda dismissed it at first, but after thinking on it I think that is exactly what he had in mind. Starting with the schizo chick in Through a Glass Darkly -that was the 'split'. If any of you have ever lost your religion (after having been real religious), this is exactly what it feels like. A deep, absolutely core, part of your understanding of the world dissolves. You feel like you kinda lose your bearings until you again find your footing on something else. Some other 'theory of life'. Bergman illustrates his passage from doubt to loss of religion to rebuilding his worldview based on secular humanism. That's like exactly what I went through in my late teens/early twenties (albeit, as I mentioned yesterday, for bit different rational). Wasn't that different either when I shifted my life goals from international mens of mystery (and related goals, basically from a relatively untethered existence pursuing interests) to a fixed family life. That was a big leap. Took a lot of thinking, deciding on priorities and then reorganizing your 'theory of self'. I imagine everybody goes through this. Somebody like nanners is surely going through something like this right now. Reinventing yourself and worldview. It's scary as fuck, for a time you have no foot on firm ground. The old world collapses. You need to build a new one. It's also the most rewarding thing in life if you do it honestly and courageously (in keeping with your core values). Creative destruction. It’s how you grow. Anywho, to have expressed this deep aspect of humanity in such a brilliant meta manner -without spoon feeding- is fucken genius from Bergman. Then, once past the transition, he also seems to be a fucken genius at examining human relations. As a secular humanist, he now throws himself exclusively at examining human relations. The isolation between people. The barriers. He wants to get at why people don't 'commune' more. He's freaking brilliant!

To me, this is the true magic of art. Because humans are things that understand much more with stories than facts, art, through meta, tells it like it is in a way that profoundly connects (more than facts, because of the way we are wired). It's dangerous, can easily be manipulated. Most have little to say of 'value', many just pluck on the strings without saying much. And that's fine. It can be entertainment. Albeit I also feel it is profoundly dangerous. Like marketing. Subconscious priming with shit, basically. Every once in a while, you get a real one, though. Somebody with something to say and who actually says it well (two different things). Maybe that is what Rublev was about and my disagreements with Tarkovsky keeps me from seeing it or accepting it from him.
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Post #982 by Dog » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:13 am

Dog wrote:
Mufasa wrote:I think you discuss most things superficially, your take on the existence of God is a good exemple.


This is good.

Tell me more.


You didn’t expand. If you feel like it, I wouldn’t mind knowing what you have in mind. Do you mean I dismiss « felt knowledge » (or something analogous to that, such as traditional wisdom) and over focus on what may appear as « reductive » scientific type knowledge?
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Post #983 by Mufasa » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:51 am

Bergman is the greatest director of all times. He really is the reason I started to make films.

I'll post later about the god question.
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Post #984 by Slick Nick » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:35 am

Bergman is a Varangian.
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Post #985 by Macbeth » Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:19 pm

Hemsky est de retour sur la glace.

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Post #986 by TittiesNBeer » Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:36 pm

Can we trade him for a 7th rounder?
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Post #987 by Mufasa » Fri Jan 12, 2018 5:40 pm

Hemsky va changer la donne.
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En séries avec Émsquie.
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Post #990 by Mufasa » Sat Jan 13, 2018 2:11 pm

We'll finally know who's the best two ways centermens, Danolt or Zourloufon.
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Post #991 by PPJ » Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:03 pm

Macbeth wrote:
Dog wrote:Mac, were you a Bruins fan in your youth because you were from Quebec city and hated the Habs? Were you one of those people?

Guys were right.

I was mostly a goalie fan for much of my teen years.

I went from a huge Mike Richter mark to an even bigger Byron Dafoe one.

As long as he was a Bruin, I was a Bruin fan.


I thought Tallas was your man.
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Post #992 by Macbeth » Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:08 pm

PPJ wrote:
Macbeth wrote:
Dog wrote:Mac, were you a Bruins fan in your youth because you were from Quebec city and hated the Habs? Were you one of those people?

Guys were right.

I was mostly a goalie fan for much of my teen years.

I went from a huge Mike Richter mark to an even bigger Byron Dafoe one.

As long as he was a Bruin, I was a Bruin fan.


I thought Tallas was your man.

Mike Bales more like.
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Post #993 by Macbeth » Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:09 pm

Or Scott Bailey even.

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