AMPLIANDO EL PANORAMA – LA FEALDAD EN EL SÉPTIMO ARTE
«“The fact that behind the sublime beauty and effortless grace of a prima ballerina is the inevitable pain, injury and physical damage that performing at this level entails.” director Andrew Margetson» Portrait of a Dancer: Lauren Cuthbertson. nowness.com 2015
“What Percy Bysse Shelley aptly described as “the tempestuous loveliness of terror” is as good as any a description of the seductive pleasures of horror film spectatorship. The Romantic poet was, of course, writing long before the horror film. But his description of the experience of the thrill of terror evoked by inspecting Leonardo Da Vinci’s Medusa, is evocative of the combination of dread and transgressive pleasure brought on by these films.” I-D team, The seductive appeal of the horror film. i-d.vice.com 2014
Too fat? Too old? Too ugly? Apparently not. 70-year-old Libby talks about her successful porn career. Ageless Sex. nowness.com 2016
“-¿Qué es la fealdad para usted?
-La falta de ternura, en las personas y en las relaciones humanas.” Fernando Grimalt, Entrevista al director Paolo Sorrentino sobre la película La Gran Belleza estrenada en el 2013. elperiodico.com 2013
“Act I: November 1963; the Four B’s (Birdlace, Burzin (Richard Panebianco), Benjamin (Mitchell Whitfield) and Bueller (Anthony Clark), a.k.a. Okie) are going on a last night of liberty before shipping out for Okinawa. Bonded by bullshit and macho posturing, they have an “elite” event planned – the eponymous ‘Dogfight’ – that everyone seems to want in on, even officers. Each goes “hunting” for a date to bring to this event; it is soon evident they are to bring the most unattractive girl they can find; the winner gets a jackpot. ” Dogfight, 1991. Dirigida por: Nanci Savoca. IMBd.com