Have you seen 'Où Se Trouvent
Le Jambon Et La Yaourt?'
Really? You must have! It's
directed By Jean-Luke La Mer.
Is it the one with the Jamaicans
and the bobsleigh?
Um, no - it's the one shot in
1934 in France, it stars Mary
Une Trousse. How can you not
have seen it?
I've never been able to
see films before I've watched them.
You call yourself a film director
but you haven't seen it?. TELL ME
you've seen 'Une Bouteille D'eau Du Pain?"
Then how can you call yourself a
film director, when you're watching
films about Jamaicans who bobsleigh?
Because I watched the film about
Jamaicans who bobsleigh and I still
managed to direct a film.
Yeah but how can you call
yourself a director?
Because I directed a film.
Yeah but you've never seen 'Où Se
Trouvent Le Jambon Et La Yaourt'
You've never seen the one about
the Jamaicans and the bobsleigh.
Why would I want to?
I don't know, I thought we were
naming films we haven't seen.
No I'm saying you can't call
yourself a director if you haven't
seen 'Où Se Trouvent 'Le Jambon
Et La Yaourt'
But I didn't direct that one.
I'm saying, look-- I-I I'm saying
that you can't call yourself a
director if you haven't seen 'Où Se
Trouvent Le Jambon Et La Yaourt.'
But I directed a film, in fact many films,
and I've never seen that film.
The Filmy Person begins shaking, and looking completely lost. He has no idea how to feel good about himself, he's only able to do it when putting others down.
It's like that famous quote, 'No one can make you feel inferior without your consent' - by Eleanor Roosevelt. It really takes two to tango with these conversations. Being CONFIDENT with the fact that you think GHOST or JERSEY GIRL are the greatest films ever is far more impressive and amazing to me than someone who oppresses others through judgement and pretentiousness. I have more to write on this topic, and will, tomorrow. But right now I need to go and watch WILD WILD WEST and SHE'S ALL THAT.