Tuesday, November 29, 2005

murky, crackle

* murky 隱晦

Margot's intentions are more murky; she appears to be giving off mixed signals which Gaspard occasionally misinterprets.

* crackle 打得火熱

The sexual tension crackles, emphasizing the fact that, in the hands of an expert director, no nudity or graphic skin-to-skin contact is necessary to develop a state of highly charged eroticism.

(James Berardinelli's film review on Rohmer's A Summer's Tale )

Saturday, November 26, 2005


The days unfold in their own rhythums. There are no weekends. No Mondays. It is timeless and ageless, measured by the sun, the stars, and floods. (Reader's Digest, 2005.04)

山中無甲子, 歲月不知寒.