|my therapy for getting over today's extra heavy hangover...
||[May. 8th, 2005|06:57 pm]
has been watching several segments of the BBC's The Human Face with John Cleese. |
it is now 'required viewing'
it's really an amazing documentary with scientific, cultural, and social insights... and a few monty python characters. .. and David Attenborough! there was a part about babies' perspectives of beauty, lot's of stories about people with severely disfigured faces, people that can't recognize expression or can't make expression and how that affects their interactions... and you get to see John Cleese rip Elizabeth Hurley's face off! it's like a nature documentary meets mythbusters produced by Terry Gilliam. it really helps me clear away the current slug in my head and see people fresh again. highly recommended, and i have lots more segments to watch, but i'l wait to do it with someone else who's interested.
i want to have a public act with other pedestrians where we all walk with our arms and legs swinging together on either side rather than countering. maybe on the first Critical Walk.