#35 - Systems: Mutually Assured Destruction

“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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#34 - Verbs: Haunt

With guest Rosie (from The Shadow Trap podcast) 

"Just heard "Orinoco Flow" in the supermarket, which reminded me of one of my favorite things anyone has ever said to me in an interview: Enya explaining why some people find her music to be spiritual — 'It's the amount of reverb we use.'..." - Michael Azerrad‏ 

Symptoms - 1974 - José Ramón Larraz
Headless Woman - 2008 - Lucrecia Martel

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#33 - Verbs: Recreate

With guest Lisa Cassidy

"Maps have three basic attributes: scale, projection, and symbolization. Each element is a source of distortion. As a group, they describe the essence of the map's possibilities and limitations." - Mark Monmonier

Boston Strangler - 1961 - Richard Fleischer

Star 80 - 1983 - Bob Fosse

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#32 - Verbs: Investigate

"To be an alien, to be in exile, is the mark of Christian suffering" - Soren Kierkegaard

I As In Icarus - 1979 - Henri Verneuil
The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On - 1987 - Kazuo Hara

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#31 - Verbs: Murder

"The cinema was not employed to flee reality, but to transform one’s encounter with it through its radical juxtaposition with the cinematic." - Andrew V. Uroskie

Golgo 13: The Professional - 1983 - Osamu Dezaki
Elephant - 1989 - Alan Clarke

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#30 - Verbs: Avenge

"It was autumn, and we could smell the wine of apples rotting into the ground." - Joshua Weiner

Emma Mae- 1976 - Jamaa Fanaka
Deadbeat At Dawn - 1988 - Jim VanBebber

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#29 - Verbs: Pursue

“I have said the map was the most of the plot. I might almost say it was the whole.” - Robert Louis Stevenson

Vice Squad - 1982 - Gary Sherman
Nowhere To Hide - 1999 - Lee Myung-se

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#28 - Performances: Sheryl Lee

"We know these painted coffins from the engravings of Posada. Our movie screen knows something similar. " - Sergei Eisenstein, Memuary

Love, Lies, Murder - 1991 - Robert Markowitz
Fire Walk With Me - 1993 - David Lynch

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#27 - Performances: Nigel Patrick

"The first and simplest emotion which we discover in the human mind is, Curiosity. By curiosity,
I mean whatever desire for or whatever pleasure we take in, novelty."
Edmund Burke, The Sublime and the Beautiful

Informers - 1963 - Ken Annakin
Sapphire - 1959 - Basil Dearden

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#26 - Performances: Sissy Spacek

"All knowledge, as issuing from reflection, is experimental" - John Dewey

Badlands - 1973 - Terrence Malick
Missing - 1982 - Costa-Gavras

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#25 - Performances: Bob Hoskins

"The mainspring of human activity is generally the desire to reach the point farthest from the funereal domain, which is rotten, dirty and impure. We make every effort to efface the traces, signs and symbols of death." - Georges Bataile

The Long Good Friday - 1980 - John MacKenzie

Mona Lisa - 1986 - Neil Jordan

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#24 - Navigation: Source Material

"Vernacular postmodernism has dealt with the 'crisis of
symbolic efficiency' in a far less intense way than Nick Land,
through metafictional anxieties about the function of the author,
and in television programs or films which expose the mecha-
nisms of their own productions and reflexively incorporate
discussions of their own status as commodities. But postmod-
ernism's supposed gestures of demystification do not evince
sophistication so much as a certain naivety, a conviction that
there were others, in the past, who really believed in the
Symbolic. In fact, of course, 'symbolic efficiency' was achieved
precisely by maintaining a clear distinction between a material-
empirical causality, and another, incorporeal causality proper to
the Symbolic..." - Mark Fisher, Capitalist Realism

First Blood - 1982 - Ted Kotcheff

Flooding With Love For The Kid - 2010 - Zachary Oberzan

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#23 - Navigation: Imprisonment

“But it must not be forgotten that ‘politics’ has been conceived as a continuation, if not exactly and directly of war, at least of the military model as a fundamental means of preventing civil disorder.” - Michel Foucault

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#22 - Navigation: Memory

"A biography is always constructed from ruins but, as any archaeologist will tell you, there is never the means to unearth all the rooms, or follow the buried roads, or dig into every cistern for treasure. You try to see what the ruin meant to whoever inhabited it and, if you are lucky, you see a little way backward into time." - Loren Eiseley, All the Strange Hours: The Excavation of a Life

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#21 - Navigation: The Frame

"Syllable by syllable, the forgotten vocabulary that they already know: that picture, that knickknack, that painting, that door over there, as if the things lacked at the same time possessed a past, painfully reconstructed in a kind of difficult archeology of the emotions." - António Lobo Antunes, Fado Alexandrino

Dark Passage - 1947 - Delmer Davis

Spanish Prisoner - 1997 - David Mamet

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#20 - Navigation: Confined Space

"I am the idiot who will not be himself: fuck it" - Marilyn Manson, Irresponsible Hate Anthem

Keyhole - 2011 - Guy Maddin

The Incident - 1967 - Larry Peerce

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#19 - Navigation: Purgatory

"I went in; I closed the door. I sat down on the bed. Blackest space extended before me. I was not in this blackness, but at the edge of it, and I confess that it is terrifying. It is terrifying because there is something in it which scorns man and which man cannot endure without losing himself. But he must lose himself" - Maurice Blanchot, Death Sentence

Day of The Outlaw - 1959 - Andre DeToth

Buffet Froid - 1979 - Bernard Blier

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#18 - Navigation: Another Place

“Do you want to know what happiness is? Happiness is the absence of unpleasant information.” 
― William T. Vollmann,

Lupin the III: The Castle of Cagliostro - 1979 - Hayao Miyazaki

Confessions of An Opium Eater - 1962 - Albert Zugsmith

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#17 - Navigation: Trauma

"Tragedy is only a way of assembling human misfortune, of subsuming it, and thus of justifying it by putting it in the form of a necessity, of a kind of wisdom, or of a purification. To reject this regeneration and to seek the technical means of not succumbing perfidiously (nothing is more insidious than tragedy) is today a necessary undertaking." - Roland Barthes

Crush - 1992 - Alison Maclean

Exotica - 1994 - Atom Egoyan

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#16 - Navigation: Reputation

“-I'm reviewing it, the stooped man said, and started to plod off.
-You read it?
-No, he said over his shoulder, but I know the son of a bitch who wrote it.” - William Gaddis, The Recognitions

The Small World Of Sammy Lee - 1963 - Ken Hughes

Mask Of Dimitrios - 1944 - Jean Negulesco

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