The Rules of the Game (original French title:La Règle du jeu) is a 1939 French film directed by Jean Renoir and starring Nora Gregor, Paulette Dubost, Mila Parély, Marcel Dalio, Julien Carette, Roland Toutain, Gaston Modot,Pierre Magnier and Renoir. The film is acomedy of manners that depicts members of upper-class French society and their servants just before the beginning of World War II, showing their moral callousness on the eve of impending destruction.
I can wander outside my own body to see who razed the city. What outline stayed. If there are bones. Buildings. Gas cans. half full of escape. An oracle banished from the temple with no god or knife or speech has no weapon but herself. — Emily O’Neill, “XVI.” (from Stag)
••ISRAELI GENOCIDE 2014 remembered in 175+ Posters•• "Visit Palestine" Matias Roland Decraene • Mondoweiss article 2015-07-15 • total Gaza destruction justified by Western "Demo(n)cracy" + Allied All-Lies that was supposed to "never again" repeat WWII atrocities spit on all the dead souls' thanks to greedy hypocrisy / war-mongering / profiteering & self-chosen entitled small dick complex syndrome •Berthold Brecht "Art is not a mirror held up to reality but a hammer with which to shape it."
After seeing "This is The End", "Man of Steel" and "World War Z", I couldn't go right into "White House Down" Not seeing "Pacific Rim either. I need a brief detox from destruction and the apocalypse. I will see it later though, cause I really like the chemistry between Jamie & Channing in interviews.
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