“There’s nothing that people rebel more against, I told jacques, than being forced to acknowledge the secret and immediate power their fellow human beings have over them. There’s maybe nothing more common, routines. A savage power, as indifferent as a thunderbolt, where intellect, merit beauty, language are nothing but animal electricity, a polarity that suddenly develops. Falling under the spell. Forever. We never talk about it - it’s taboo. ” - A dark Stranger, Julien Gracq

Seven Days To Noon - 1950 - Roy Boulting, John Boulting
The Man Who Stole The Sun - 1979 - Kazuhiko Hasegawa

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