WEDNESDAY 14.12.05 AT 8PM
PRESENTED BY CHRISTINE LEMKE
AND JOHANNES PORSCH
So long, amigo.
“I won’t say good-bye. I said it to you when it meant something.
I said it when it was sad and lonely and final.”
“I came back too late”, he said. “These plastic jobs take time.”
He turned and walked across the floor and out. I watched the door close. I listened to his steps going away down the imitation marble corridor. After a while they got faint, then they got silent.
I kept on listening anyway. What for? Did I want him to stop suddenly and turn and come back and talk me out of the way I felt? Well, he didn’t.
Raymond Chandler, The Long Good-bye, 1954, p. 319
“When the story finishes light sadness grasps me.”
is a publication produced by the Jan van Eyck Academie,
Doris Lasch, Ursula Ponn
and Filip Luyckx
black & white, color,
96 pp, 25,5 x 15,5 cm,