Trying to get over that mountain.
Not meant to be.
In this place.
A sadness of place.
But I’m just a simple fisherman now.
Pulling in tunas.
She’s had it.
Ingrid in her plain pattern dress.
The wind never stops messing with her hair.
And it’s painful just to look around.
Out to sea.
Mario Vitale. Takes a simple job.
But the town surveils.
So that the empty winds blow like in L‘Avventura.
On an island.
Ingrid from Sweden playing Karin from Lithuania.
Argentina does not accept her.
And so she marries.
The best option of no options.
But she has her spirit broken.
By dumb muscle.
She’s a little flower crushed by the rock.
But it’s true.
She’s a mean melancholic. A flailing tuna with one last whip of the tail.
Hoping to return to the ocean.
And she is pricked on all sides.
And piled with the other creatures lengthwise.
My heart breaks for Ingrid.
Because of Roberto Rossellini.
A new style of filmmaking here.
Similar to his other film of 1950: Francesco, giullare di Dio.
The flowers of introspection.
And now in Ginostra you might find Jacopo Fedi catching octopi or Marco Nicolosi relaxing.
In real life (away from celebrities), it is hard to make friends.
What Žižek might call “the desert of the real”.
Some turnovers you can eat, others you just have to live with.