“What a strange contradiction was D.W. Griffith.” – Kevin Brownlow, We Can Never Censor the Past, BFI booklet “Can the Ethiopian change his skin, or the leopard its spots?” –[…]
Category: Historical & Epic
“If head and heart are united, harmony can exist even in the midst of strife. Let them come into opposition, however, and chaos enters from which there is no escape and no conclusion possible except a tragic one.” — Francis G. Gentry. “Triuwe and Vriunt in the Nibelungenlied.” Amsterdam: Rodopi: 1975. p. 45.”Perception is everything. It turns villains into heroes and victims into collaborators.” — Hilary Mantel. “A Change of Climate.” New York: Henry Holt and Company: 1997. p. 317.