Author: Markus Monsberger

The Perverted Sublime: Julia Ducournau’s Re-Reading of the History of Religion in Titane

I think provocation is gratuitous. You can say, ‘I hate this movie, I don’t like it at all,’ but you can’t say it’s gratuitous. […] Anything that is not coherent to my character’s journey, I erase it. Provocateur. Huh.[1] For me it is very natural to think in terms of…

The Perverted Sublime: Julia Ducournau’s Re-Reading of the History of Religion in Titane

I think provocation is gratuitous. You can say, ‘I hate this movie, I don’t like it at all,’ but you can’t say it’s gratuitous. […] Anything that is not coherent to my character’s journey, I erase it. Provocateur. Huh.[1] For me it is very natural to think in terms of…
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