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Derek Jarman's Smiling in Slow Motion concludes the journey started in Modern Nature; these previously unpublished journals stretch from May 1991 until two weeks before his death in February 1994. Part diary, part observation, part memoir, Jarman writes with his familiar honesty, wry humour and acuity. Friends, collaborators and enemies are catalogued as he races through hDerek Jarman's Smiling in Slow Motion concludes the journey started in Modern Nature; these previously unpublished journals stretch from May 1991 until two weeks before his death in February 1994. Part diary, part observation, part memoir, Jarman writes with his familiar honesty, wry humour and acuity. Friends, collaborators and enemies are catalogued as he races through his last year painting, film-making, gardening, and annoying his targets through his involvement in radical politics....

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ISBN : 9780712680042
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 392 Pages
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  • flowerville
    2018-11-22 03:34

    notes:very moving.. i like that he writes down what books he reads, especially when writing the colour book (chroma). good gardening hints.p34, 42, 146 horace 167 manlio brusatin history of colours168, 170 expensive railfares and how irresponsible the tories are 179 grey182 grey 199 colourbooks203 brown222 diaries % lives230 alienation232 life233, 239 england, tories, no care for social value (passim)240246248 film a language in collision with the world261 is time the something of nothing?263 existing in the spaces between words268 blessing of reading & writing278 horace337 no aggression in sooley's fotos which is why they are elegant354 small places

  • Brendan
    2018-11-28 04:30

    Jarman's journals are heartbreakingly beautiful. Ranging from the mundane minutia of everyday life to harrowing passages of the ravages of AIDS on both his circle of friends and his own body, this collection was depressing, but well worth reading.