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Eu amo U Mais. E o mesmo acontece consigo. Porque decorria em Viena, em E era desse estilo, La Ronde, etc. MB: Obrigado.
E isso, sim, creio que seja verdade. MB: Para a cultura? Leavis, o grande guru de Cambridge. John Barton.
E no entanto, que eu saiba, o F. O Peter Hall fez isso diversas vezes. Cambridge produziu muitos mais encenadores… E actores.
Do encenador, o que espera? E do critico? MB: Katie Mitchell, sim. O espectador quer ver o que o encenador tem a dizer. Porque… Viu no ano passado, o Macbeth com o Patrick Stewart? Ele fez um Macbeth sensacional, penso que ainda esteja em cena na Broadway. Havia no palco uma torneira que jorrava sangue, as bruxas transformavam-se em enfermeiras numa ala do hospital, etc. De ler o texto? MB: Sim, suponho que sim. JSM: O mesmo que acontece com o encenador. MB: O mesmo que o encenador, precisamente.
Se o elenco for bom, o encenador fica fascinado. E gosta? MB: Penso que devem ser 8. The book is made up of one full-length story and not several shorter stories, which gives room for more character development.
The artwork has evolved and though still very personal and a bit sketchy fits the story perfectly. Though this time instead of a chronological story-line we get a mix of stories from the late 19th century up until today, on the subject of free love, with a focus on the main character Juni and her many love affairs, flings, fuck friends and so on. But mostly Thorell stands alone with her fluent storytelling and seemingly effortless drawings.
With two such interesting graphic novels out in as many years, I am really looking forward to seeing what this artist will produce in the future. This ploy is efficient in making you realise just how stereotypical the roles in a standard fantasy story are, and how poorly female characters are treated.
The artwork is almost faultless and it is clear that Natalia Batista has evolved as an artist, perfecting her Swedish version of Japanese comics. I especially enjoyed the visual story telling and the layout of the pages, which is more organic and expresses the emotions of the scenes more than traditional western comics. The story line, if you forget about the changing of the roles of men and women, is so far a bit predictable.
Frida Ulvegren tells her story in short, interconnected segments, snapshots of her experiences, from being spotted by an agent at a restaurant in Stockholm at the tender age of 13 to her resigning from modeling some years later. The style is naive, mirroring the age of the main protagonist, and the story is also mostly told from the point of view of the young girl experiencing these things, with a few comments from the grown up, cartoonist Ulvergen in the script.
This is both the strength and the weakness of the book. The focus on the here-and-now gives the story an immediate feeling that takes you there and makes it a page-turner. After having read the whole book, though, I feel a bit cheated, as I get a feeling that there was a lot more to be had from these rather extraordinary experiences which Ulvergen had as a young girl, and that the material could have been even more interesting if there had been more of a dialogue between the young and the adult Ulvergen.
These are minor quibbles, though. Tago Vol.
Either the editors are too strict and the results risk being too homogeneous, or they are to accepting and the results risk being all over the map, without any real sense of why the comics were put together under one cover in the first place.
A few are based more on a theme or a genre, like Galago and Utopi. Part of this is from it containing new work by some of the same artists, but mostly it is the attitude of treating comics as art AND literature at the same time. I really, really liked the first volume of Tago.
And, as in other anthologies that Rolf Classon has been involved in, it also contains prose texts and fine arts, all blended into something that could have been a jumbled and pretentious mix, but instead turned into a whole that is bigger than the parts it contains.