Join us Saturday, January 26th, noon to 1:45p at Orleans Coffee inside Zeitgeist art center. We'll discuss the 1964 Clarice Lispector short novel "THE PASSION ACCORDING TO G.H.". Translated from the Portuguese. 130 small pages of text.
Free PDF of first half of the book at https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_VktTAfUihYcFZnUV9lMFRPT3NUMjhET042bFlweG5hTnl3/view?usp=sharing
Second half at https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_VktTAfUihYZ1hsOEtaZ1hMV2F4M1lDYURwQzFWZ2E3U0lV/view?usp=sharing
102 sheets if you print out.
Only people who have read most of the book may attend the discussion.
Guy and Dan are co-hosting. For more info, contact Guy Henoumont anytime at[masked] or at [masked]
Continuing our series on fairy tales and myths ...
Join us this Saturday, January 26th, for a 7 pm showing of the 1950 film "ORPHEUS". Written and directed by Jean Cocteau, with Jean Marais. 1 hour 35 minutes. Drama/Fantasy/Romance. In French with English subtitles. [Rottentomatoes' critics' approval rating of 96%: " 'Heavy with symbolism and deliberately paced, Orpheus may not be for everyone -- but as an example of Jean Cocteau's eccentric genius, it's all but impossible not to recommend."]
PLOT: A poet in love with Death follows his unhappy wife into the underworld.
TRAILER at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ciOWebRF3Y
Popcorn and bottled/filtered water will be provided. Please bring other light refreshments if you can. Or leave a few dollars in the tip jar... Seating is limited, you MUST rsvp.
Nora and Guy will facilitate a discussion after the movie. Doors open at 6:30. If you arrive at 7:15, the movie will have started.
For more info, contact Guy Henoumont anytime at[masked] or at [masked].