"We are running together. Through a dimly lit road in a forest no one knows. We are laughing and smiling so much I wouldn’t be surprised if our faces got stuck that way. The road is covered in light fog and we can feel the light mist accumulate on us as we continue on. At some point you push me into a grassy knoll near by and we roll into it together as I pull you down with me. You land on top of me, and we share an intimate stare, it was almost more personal than the kiss you gave me right after. My face is still sore from smiling, even as we kissed. Our clothes are soaked from the condensation and our bodies are tired but our souls aren’t ready to sleep yet. We find the coastline and make a fire under the trees covering us. The clouds open up to a bright starry sky, with the moon shaped like a finger nail brooding above us.
I look at you across the fire and realize my eyes have always had you in them.
You’ve always hung from every word I’ve spoke.
My heart has always been heavy til I met you.
And my skin has been crawling because it just wants to be close to yours.
My lips become one with yours, as the fire warms our bodies, and the night music soothes our minds. There is nothing else and I don’t think there ever really was before you."
"Cinema is identical to life, because each one of us has a virtual and invisible camera which follows us from when we’re born to when we die. In reality cinema is an infinite film sequence-shot. Each individual film interrupts and rearranges this infinite sequence-shot and thus creates meaning, which is what happens to us when we die. It is only at our moment of death that our life, to that point undecipherable, ambiguous, suspended, acquires a meaning. Montage thus plays the same role in cinema as death does in life."