Freitag, Juni 02, 2006

Silent Digressions

About Germaine Dulac's "La Souriante Madame Beudet" (1922)

Herr Graf Ferdinand Von Galitzien wrote: "And now, if you'll allow me, I must temporarily take my leave because this German Count must check if their musket is, sure enough, not loaded."

Damen Frederica said in a longhaired way:

"It's OK, Herr Graf. At your time of life, it's quite usual for the musket not to be loaded."

Herr Graf Ferdinand Von Galitzien replied: "No problem, this German Count always has a bazooka at hand..."

But Herr Eric Stott added: "Better watch those Bazookas- they've got a terrible back blast.... (Unless you're referring to the obscure but charming musical instrument of the same name)"

Herr Graf Ferdinand Von Galitzien pronounced: "Well... the principal intention of this aristocrat was to talk about Damen Dulac film but unexpectedly Damen Frederica and you talked about conventional weapons failures... anyway, at least nobody will rise up in arms against the German aristocracy due to the fact that the middle class only have small arms... "

And finally Herr Eric Stott accepted: "That never mattered very much to Herr Krupp. "

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