kino domowe

Dodano 31 stycznia 2006, w Bez kategorii, przez autor
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AUGGIE
They’re all the same, but each one is different
from every other one. You’ve got your bright
mornings and your dark mornings. You’ve got
your summer light and your autumn light. You’ve
got your weekdays and your weekends. You’ve
got your people in overcoats and galoshes,
and you’ve got your people in shorts and
T-shirts. Sometimes the same people,
sometimes different ones. And sometimes the
different ones become the same, and the same
ones disappear. The earth revolves around the
sun, and every day the light from the sun hits
the earth at a different angle.

 

9 Responses to kino domowe

  1. agus pisze:

    a to bardzo milo

  2. mm. pisze:

    pozdrowienia!uro.
    ale numer, co?

  3. buda pisze:

    znowu film…

  4. g pisze:

    kaha pojechala
    wybrala wieczor bez kina

  5. MAJA RUSZPEL pisze:

    MOZE JAKIS KONKURSIK Z TUMINASEM W ROLI GLOWNEJ??? BILETY NA SPEKTAKLE ROZDAJE TRALALALALA!!

  6. chlodna25 pisze:

    10. INT: NIGHT. AUGGIE’S APARTMENT

    AUGGIE and PAUL are sitting at the kitchen table, opened boxes of
    Chinese food pushed to one side. Most of the surface of the table is
    covered with large black photograph albums. There are fourteen in all,
    and the spine of each one is labeled with a year — ranging from 1977
    to 1990. One of these albums (1987) is open on PAUL’S lap.

    Close-up of one of the pages in the album. There are six
    black-and-white photos on the page, each one of an identical scene: the
    corner of 3rd Street and Seventh Avenue at eight o’clock in the
    morning. In the upper right-hand corner of each photo, there is a small
    white label bearing the date: 8-9-87, 8-10-87, 8-11-87, etc. PAUL’S
    hand turns the page; we see six more similar photographs. He turns the
    page again: same thing. And again: same thing.

    PAUL
    (Astonished)
    They’re all the same.

    AUGGIE
    (Smiling proudly)
    That’s right. More than four thousand pictures
    of the same place. The corner of 3rd Street and
    Seventh Avenue at eight o’clock in the morning.
    Four thousand straight days in all kinds of
    weather.
    (Pause)
    That’s why I can never take a vacation. I’ve
    got to be in my spot every morning. Every
    morning in the same spot at the same time.

    PAUL
    (At a loss. Turns a page,
    then another page)
    I’ve never seen anything like it.

    AUGGIE
    It’s my project. What you’d call my life’s
    work.

    PAUL
    (Puts down the album and picks up
    another. Flips through the pages and
    finds more of the same. Shakes his
    head in bafflement)
    Amazing.
    (Trying to be polite)
    I’m not sure I get it, though. I mean, how did
    you ever come up with the idea to do this …
    this project?

    AUGGIE
    I don’t know, it just came to me. It’s my
    corner, after all. It’s just one little part of
    the world, but things happen there, too, just
    like everywhere else. It’s a record of my
    little spot.

    PAUL
    (Flipping through the album,
    still shaking his head)
    It’s kind of overwhelming.

    AUGGIE
    (Still smiling)
    You’ll never get it if you don’t slow down,
    my friend.

    PAUL
    What do you mean?

    AUGGIE
    I mean, you’re going too fast. You’re hardly
    even looking at the pictures.

    PAUL
    But they’re all the same.

    AUGGIE
    They’re all the same, but each one is different
    from every other one. You’ve got your bright
    mornings and your dark mornings. You’ve got
    your summer light and your autumn light. You’ve
    got your weekdays and your weekends. You’ve
    got your people in overcoats and galoshes,
    and you’ve got your people in shorts and
    T-shirts. Sometimes the same people,
    sometimes different ones. And sometimes the
    different ones become the same, and the same
    ones disappear. The earth revolves around the
    sun, and every day the light from the sun hits
    the earth at a different angle.

    PAUL
    (Looks up from the album at AUGGIE)
    Slow down, huh?

    AUGGIE
    Yeah, that’s what I’d recommend. You know how
    it is. Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow, time
    creeps on its petty pace.

  7. whooii pisze:

    cos ci sie dymi z bani

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