Hurlements en faveur de Sade - Guy Debord (1952)
Hurlements en faveur de Sade - Guy Debord (1952)http://www.ubu.com/film/debord_hurlements.html
"The spectacle is permanent. The importance of aesthetics still makes a very beautiful subject for pleasantries after drinking. We are leaving the cinema. The scandal is only too legitimate. I will never give explanations. Now you are all alone with our secrets. AT THE ORIGIN OF A NEW BEAUTY and later in the great liquid desert and limited to l'allee des Cygnes [the Boulevard of Swans] (all of the arts are mediocre games and change nothing) its face was discovered for the first time in this infancy that it calls its life. The specific conditions of the cinema permit the interruption of the anecdote by masses of empty silence. All the perfumes of Arabia. L'Aube de Villennes. AT THE ORIGIN OF A NEW BEAUTY. But it will no longer be in question. All of this isn't truly interesting. It is a question of losing oneself. GUY-ERNEST DEBORD
(Published in Internationale Lettriste #2, February 1953. Translated from the French by NOT BORED!)"
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