On the occasion of the 165th anniversary of the birth of Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, Huxleў presents a discussion of the phenomenon known as the «Freudian reservation», which is a kind of key to our unconscious
Pablo Picasso: “If we had an artist of this level of skill, we would make the whole world talk about her!”
Lubomyr Romankiw: “Yes, I consider myself an American citizen and I consider myself a Canadian citizen – I have a passport. But in my soul I feel that I am Ukrainian. When I come to Ukraine, I feel that I am in my own country, where I was born, and everything is dear for me”
Her career was fantastic in everything: the brevity – five war years, and the prolificacy – more than forty films (only eight have survived until our time), and the level of popularity – people were simply bursting to watch her films, including the period after the revolution
Zhanna Kryuchkova: I watched Persian Lessons in Spain. In my opinion, this is a masterpiece. I’ll start our interview with a kind of an insider tip game. Il onai au (editor’s note: «I love you»). How often have you heard this phrase lately?
Vadim Perelman: I hear this phrase quite often. Even yesterday. By the way, what do I answer? Read in a frank interview especially for Huxleў
Vadim Perelman is a director whose debut film, House of Sand and Fog, received three Oscar nominations. In 2020 he released a new film, «Persian Lessons».
Earlier, Huxleў published an interview with the director after the premiere of «Persian Lessons» at the Berlinale, now we reflect on the important things through the prism of the film