Breath (2001) Directed by Damien Hirst, from Beckett on Film, 1 minute, 21 seconds
Synopsis: Breath was written in 1969 in response to Kenneth Tynan’s request for a piece for his show Oh, Calcutta, which featured a series of risqué sketches. It lasts less than a minute. On a set full of rubbish, a person cries out, then breathes in again.
‘Faint brief cry and immediately inspiration and slow increase of light together reaching maximum together in about ten seconds. Silence and hold about five seconds.’ – Breath
In fact Beckett said somewhere that he didn’t care what a text said as long as it was constructed beautifully, or something like that—all of meaning, all of beauty is in the construction. — Lydia Davis to Francine Prose, http://bombsite.com/issues/60 (via bookoflead)
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