The erotic dream machine: interviews with Alain Robbe-Grillet on his films
Southern Illinois University Press, 1. sep. 1992 - 190 sider
In a revealing series of interviews, Anthony N. Fragola and Roch C. Smith examine all nine of Robbe-Grillet’s films, specifically exploring the cultural milieu to which the films are closely related.
Readers are encouraged to view Robbe-Grillet from a variety of perspectives: as the auteur who probes various stylistic techniques and devices, especially the use of eroticism as a structural metaphor; as the international artist; as the detached observer; and as the impassioned creator.
The nine films covered are Last Year at Marienbad, L’Immortelle, Trans-Europ-Express, The Man Who Lies, Eden and After, N Took the Dice, The Progressive Slidings of Pleasure, Playing with Fire, and La Belle Captive.
Along with interviews available nowhere else, this book includes a gallery of illustrations from Robbe-Grillet’s films as well as a filmography and bibliography of work by and about Robbe-Grillet.
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point, Walter, the protagonist, has electrodes attached to his head and is
connected to a machine that seems either to monitor or to generate his fantasies.
Robbe-Grillet intercuts from this image to one of Magritte's, which he first
duplicated by ...
In addition probably, the Opera was one of my childhood fantasies, part of my
childhood mastur- batory imagination. My family was not rich; we never went to
the theater, but we did go to the Opera occasionally since the Opera in Paris had
AR-G: The only relationship is in me — my fantasies, etc. RS: It is the only
relationship? Is there not a relationship of expression? AR-G: I do not see that.
There can be, as we have discussed, allusions to film in my books and allusions
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