Published on 23.07.2022
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An original literary slap, discovering unknown artistic worlds, La Liberte’s cultural journalists remember their first crush of ink and paper.
We should often listen to the advice of librarians. Imagine that sluggish teenager arrives—forced and chained, needless to say—back in the directing course library with literary expectations vacillating between vague shrugging of shoulders and the unremembered “I don’t know.” shyly. The persistent librarian, undoubtedly revealing the almost undisguised shame of this shaggy-haired teenager, tosses a bottle into the sea, “What do you like about cinema?” Ah, science fiction… “Which movie in particular?” Um, Blade Runner… “Have you read by Philip K. Dick? Blade Runner is adapted from one of his famous short stories. Docile, young man leaves potatoes with a curious pocket book in his hands. On the cover: a skull imprisoned in crystal cries fa
“Music guru. Incurable web practitioner. Thinker. Lifelong zombie junkie. Tv buff. Typical organizer. Evil beer scholar.”