Movies and Art #7

Waiting for Godot (Michael Lindsay-Hogg 2001) and Morning Sun (Edward Hopper)

The depiction of non-action can be an interesting subject for art. What is not revealed makes the subject more powerful. Just as Godot never arrives to the lone tree in a barren landscape, we see in “Morning Sun” a woman also in a stark environment paused – perhaps in reflection.

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