sábado, outubro 16, 2004
The Wind (2)
"You must see the sights of the desert," said Miss Gish.
From what Miss Gish told me, I fancy that the wind plays in this picture the same sort of role that the rain played in "Rain." The ceaselessness of the element so thoroughly gets on the nerves of the heroine that she finds herself doing all sorts of things, including murder, that she would never have dreamed possible when she was in her Southern home.
The wind billows constantly throughout the picture. It does not let up even in the interiors, for doors are swept open and windows blown shut. Outside there are not only sweeping wind storms, but tornadoes as well.
posted by Luís Miguel Dias sábado, outubro 16, 2004