a sketch, with a larger drawing in mind.
People want to see patterns in the world. It is how we evolved. We descended from those primates who were best at spotting the telltale pattern of a predator in the forest, or of food in the savannah. So important is this skill that we apply it everywhere, warranted or not.
Benoit Mandelbrot. The (Mis)Behavior of Markets (wikiquote)
I collaborated on the script [of Cella s’apelle l’aurore] with Jean Ferry, who was very close to the surrealists. Among our frequent arguments was one in particular about a “magnificent” love scene Jean had written which was in fact three pages of terrible dialogue. I cut it, and substituted a […] scene in which Marchal enters, drops exhausted into a chair, takes off his socks, watches Lucia Bose serve him his soup, and then gives her a little turtle as a present. Ferry was quite miffed… [objecting to] …the socks, the soup, the turtle, and the dialogue…
Luis Bunuel my last breath.