“I want to evoke the mystery of color itself.
I photograph late in the day, the time Rembrandt favored for painting, so that the subtlest hues surface.
They are as complex as any person, perhaps more so. It’s that lyricism, that mystery of color itself— that’s my signature.”
— Marie Cosindas, 1923-2017, photographer, Goodbye in 2017
“Don’t you know you can see the one you love in the water?”
— Juliette portrayed by actress Dita Parlo, in the French film L’Atalante, 1934. Directed by Jean Vigo. British Film Institute – 50 Greatest Films of all Time, movie quotes
As newlyweds Juliette tells her husband Jean (actor Jean Dasté) she saw his face in the water before he ever met her. As the story unfolds and Juliette is lost in the city of Paris, Jean out of desperation dives into the river with the hope of seeing her again.
Throughout the decades L’ Atalante has grown in stature and now many critics and audiences claim L’Atalante to be one of the greatest films in the world and it is a film that is usually compared along the likes of Jean Renoir’s The Rules of the Game, Orson Welles Citizen Kane, Vittoria De Sica’s Bicycle Thieves and…
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