Precious Bodily Fluids

Dissolving: Diary of a Country Priest

Inscribed

Imprisoned?

Pacing

Seasoned

Hypocrite

Reaching for words

Doubled

Submitting

Crossing over

Peeping

Erased

Prostrate

Halo

Indelible

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This entry was published on January 22, 2010 at 2:24 pm. It’s filed under 1950s Cinema, French Film, Photoessays, Robert Bresson and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

5 thoughts on “Dissolving: Diary of a Country Priest

  1. “If our God were the god
    of the pagans or philosophers,
    though he might take refuge
    in the highest heavens,
    our misery would drag him down.
    But as you know,
    ours did not wait.
    You might shake your fist at Him,
    spit in His face,
    whip Him with rods,
    and finally nail Him to a cross.
    What would it matter?
    It is already done.”

    Magnificent.

  2. Gustavo H.R. on said:

    One of the purest films I’ve ever seen.

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