The 2nd Drunken Song (Nietzsche’s TSZ) “Come!” They all hear the sound of a bell: midnight is coming. One o’ clock! O Man! Attend! What does Deep Midnight's voice contend? I slept my sleep, And now Awake at Dreaming's End: The World is Deep, And deeper than day can comprehend. Deep is its Woe, Joy —Deeper than Heart's agony: Woe says: Fade! Go! But all Joy wants Eternity, Wants deep, wants deep eternity. Ding! Twelve Midnight!
A GREAT NIGHTS ENTERTAINMENT ON NETFLIX – ***** FIVE STARS! EXCELLENT CASTING, GREAT STORY, SUPERB LOCATIONS, CLASSY CINEMATOGRAPHY AND FIRST CLASS DIRECTING
'The Sisters Brothers' review: Murky morals, compelling characters John C. Reilly produces and stars in this dark, stylish anti-Western about a pair of ruthless bounty hunters on the trail of a humble chemist. Riveting. KERRY LENGEL
Just found out JCR produced. The latest grim, sardonic entry on the big screen is “The Sisters Brothers,” a prestige vehicle (read: Oscar bait) for producer and star John C. Reilly - with fellow producers Michael De Luca, Rosa Attrab and Alison Dickey - and the first English-language film by acclaimed French director Jacques Audiard (“A Prophet,” “Rust and Bones”). More pedigree (sorry): The script was adapted from the novel by the 2011 novel by Patrick DeWitt, which was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
Great to see a Western, again, but above all a good captivating story – loved the ending!