Friday, 29 April 2011

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25 comments:

  1. Imi plac mult culorile, umbrele, simplitatea ideii... Foarte frumos surprinsa atmosfera.

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  2. Excellent! Almost a Tarkovskian scheme of things, in miniature of course, with the shift of background music that suits the theme.well done, again.

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  3. Bonjour Belle amie...

    ça m'a mis les larmes aux yeux .. je suis un peu trop émotive certes...mais quand même en faisant la part des choses j'ai trouvé ce petit film très touchant,porteur de symboles forts ..
    J'ai aimé bien sur, les doux bourgeons rose tendre,l'enfant fleur :o)
    Et puis la fin ,ce geste qui sauve...d'une beauté implacable..
    Tant que quelqu'un sera encore capable de tendre la main a celui qui se noie..l'espoir demeure :o)
    Un grand moment d'humanité en fait...:o)superbe..
    je t'embrasse bien fort , un doux sourire pour l'enfant fleur aussi..bon weekend..:o)

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  4. .....reverence for life....

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  5. This was like the anti-movie for the final scene in Kieslowski's second episode from his Dekalog, but more human and full of hopefulness.

    It's extraordinary.

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  6. "Reverence for life and being, for otherness, is something which can be taught or suggested very early. 'Don't kill the poor spider, put him out in the garden'. Even the use of 'him' or 'her' instead of 'it' may help"
    ---Iris M.

    A beautiful film.

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  7. Its spring, I woke up early.....Dan had forwarded this sweet video.....It felt like a morning prayer...bringing me back to where I want to be.....I love that your images include the rich browns, reds, and greens along with the more commonly used soft pinks and yellows....as representative of spring.....from Judi

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  8. oh beautiful! ... i love the opening, these sunlit, flowering branches against the wall, where your painter's eyes is really at work, and the soft breezes of spring wafting all through the gold and pastels ... and her, the spirit of the garden come to happy life :-) ... but the end!! ... this is one of the most touching things i have ever seen, this gesture of human kindness that says everything so simply and purely ... that this is possible in the world, in the garden ... every time i watch, i am struggling with the fly, and every time i smile and breathe again with relief when the gentle hand appears, as if i am the one saved (as, of course, i am)

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  9. un moment, văd, intuit şi de alţii, către stepele rusiei, imaginative şi suave, poezia imaginii.

    un moment precognitiv, pentru mine, aripa unei visări, rotundă în perfecţiunea ei, deschisă către aripile viitorului, pulsând, ca un quasar, mâna speranţei.

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  10. Delightful. And thank you for saving the insect from drowning. Reminds me of one of my favorite scenes from the movie 7 Years in Tibet when the monks were building a structure and they insisted on saving all the worms at the construction site...

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  11. The colorful surroundings animatingly take one into the very exosphere of spring.

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  12. Roxana, I have watched this twice and both times it has given me a feeling of great anxiety. I kept expecting something dire to happen! I was afraid for the little girl...it felt like the big bad wolf was lurking. And I think it has to do with the music. Yes, I believe the music caused this tension in me: the high-pitched sort of droning sound combined with the snicker-snacking sort of scissors sound laid over the more peaceful music and bird chirpings. Maybe that underlying anxiety was actually that of the drowning fly, who was so mercifully rescued in the end. The bright tones of spring and happy bird chirping are all beautiful and very heart-warming, as is the sweet little girl. The heart-breaking tenderness of the springtime of life.

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  13. Our share of night to bear -
    Our share of morning -
    Our blank in bliss to fill,
    Our blank in scorning -

    Here a star, and there a star,
    Some lose their way!
    Here a mist - and there a mist -
    Afterwards - Day!

    (Emily Dickinson)

    ... Sprachlos wieder schenke ich Dir Worte einer Anderen und umarme Dich, auch sprachlos..!

    Bis bald, liebste Roxana!

    Renée

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  14. Bonjour Roxana, de très belles images comme tu sais si bien le faire, mais un sentiment d'inquiétude, d'angoisse suggéré par la musique et le montage (sentiment que je partage avec Louciao).
    Bises

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  15. Multumesc, Alina! sunt fragmente din locuri si ani diferiti, dar s-au potrivit bine impreuna :-)





    Kubla, such high praise, and unexpected too, i am happy :-)






    clo, savoir que j'ai pu te toucher a ce point-la est pour moi un honneur et une joie immense... je t'embrasse de tout coeur et ca me fait un plaisir immense d'etre de nouveau ici, avec vous, apres tant d'absence...






    Dan, that's the essence.






    thank you, Vladimir! i watched the decalogue when i was much younger and i can't remember the scene you are mentioning, but as soon as i find some time i intend checking that out.

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  16. anon, the Iris quote is so beautiful, thank you so much...






    Judi, welcome here and thank you so much for your heartfelt and warm comment, it's been a pleasure 'meeting' you on the Bridge...





    Owen, we've both been so busy lately, i am happy to see you still found time to come by :-)





    James, i knew you would like this film, you with your unique sensitivity toward the world of the "little ones", birds and insects... and i also thank you for talking about my "painter" eyes, you know how much i wish i could have been a painter :-)





    Simona, ce ma bucur ca-ti place :-)






    Flipi, faptul ca poti avea momente precognitive aici pe Bridge ma umple de bucurie si umilinta. cu drag, te imbratisez, te astept din nou.

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  17. Multumesc, Alina! sunt fragmente din locuri si ani diferiti, dar s-au potrivit bine impreuna :-)





    Kubla, such high praise, and unexpected too, i am happy :-)






    clo, savoir que j'ai pu te toucher a ce point-la est pour moi un honneur et une joie immense... je t'embrasse de tout coeur et ca me fait un plaisir immense d'etre de nouveau ici, avec vous, apres tant d'absence...






    Dan, that's the essence.






    thank you, Vladimir! i watched the decalogue when i was much younger and i can't remember the scene you are mentioning, but as soon as i find some time i intend checking that out.


    anon, the Iris quote is so beautiful, thank you so much...






    Judi, welcome here and thank you so much for your heartfelt and warm comment, it's been a pleasure 'meeting' you on the Bridge...





    Owen, we've both been so busy lately, i am happy to see you still found time to come by :-)





    James, i knew you would like this film, you with your unique sensitivity toward the world of the "little ones", birds and insects... and i also thank you for talking about my "painter" eyes, you know how much i wish i could have been a painter :-)





    Simona, ce ma bucur ca-ti place :-)






    Flipi, faptul ca poti avea momente precognitive aici pe Bridge ma umple de bucurie si umilinta. cu drag, te imbratisez, te astept din nou.

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  18. Stickup, thank you for you empathy, as usual, i am so glad you like my little film experiments too, not only my pictures :-)






    Prospero, exosphere haha!






    Dear Lynne, thank you so much for this elaborate and thoughtful comment. yes, i understand very well what you are saying and this has indeed been my intention, to present birth and death, joy and suffering as the two sides of the coin. after reading your comment, a friend wrote me this, echoing your own feelings:
    "while gaily spring and the child the ominous tone of tragedy, while drowning the delicate and light tones of the violin. as if in each case the music conjures the unseen world opposing that laid before us. i too find myself suffering horrible anxiety every time i watch it which is due to both the music and the struggle of the poor fly."






    ach liebste Renée, Emily ist immer so ein wunderschoenes Geschenk! lass dich ganz lieb umarmen, wie immer, sanfte Freundin!

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  19. K'line, oui, je le sais, c'etait mon intention, aussi pour mettre en evidence le geste final, c'est comme ca que j'ai concu mon film, j'espere que tu as aime malgre l'inquietude :-)





    multumesc, ora25, ce surpriza :-)

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  20. C'est une "happy end" finalement !
    Je suis rassurée...
    Bises

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  21. Ces images sont divinement belles, ces couleurs exquises, cette petite fille ( ta merveilleuse fille ) douce, sensible, belle, ces fleurs d'une humanité qui te ressemble à travers les images de ton coeur...

    C'est aussi un très beau film, un excellent montage, bien rythmé, presque parfait ou même parfait pour moi...

    Tu es divine, et tu me touches à travers tes images...

    Je n'ai qu'un mot à te dire... "humaine"... deux..:)... "belle" !

    "J'aime ta personne et ce que tu représentes Roxana"

    Amitiés

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  22. Roxana,
    je me noies...:)

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