Thursday, July 09, 2009


Remember the wrenchingly vulnerable sequence in Stromboli when Ingrid Bergman, foreign on her Sicilian husband's island, goes out into the village and implores the women to come and visit her, to see how she has white-washed her house and planted flowers, and made curtains from old clothes to make it her home? I want to go onto the highways and bring people in to see the milk paint on the old concrete floor, how smooth and inviting it looks.


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