Assignment L.08.2

Continuing our discussion from here, we move the George Licthenberg Film Project back to the front of our consciousness. VCP410-DT

The script and auxiliary materials are at  You need a BackPack account (free) to see the pages. E20-060
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5 Thoughts on “Assignment L.08.2

  1. Maybe I will make some time for this.


    Cras Melior Est.

  2. One thing I think we should keep in focus is the concept from Leaf by Niggle that George’s time is whittled away by demands (often legitimate) on his time.

  3. Case in point: I intended to come home today, clean the kitchen vigorously, exercise downstairs—but Ginny’s car was home, and she was in bed sick, disease unknown—so I couldn’t bang around the kitchen or downstairs—and then as I was ready to eat (and thence upstairs to work)—she arises—so I have to pause and be solicitous.

    I know that sounds callous, but it’s the kind of thing that would destroy George.

  4. marc on April 3, 2008 at 8:36 am said:

    One of George’s fundamental questions: “How do they do it?”

    Has in fact George made a category error with this question? Whatever a category error is.

    George finds he can’t help but ask this question because he is the creature he is.

    Possible end in which a certain resignation leads not to total despair but a new possibility for expression. Abandoning the symphony is an indicator that George may into be turning a different creature. One without precedents.

    How do you part with something as basic as the notion of “my time”?

  5. marc on April 3, 2008 at 8:37 am said:

    George obsessed with choice of “time signature.”

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