quarta-feira, 14 de novembro de 2007

Kill Bill Volume 2 - trecho do último diálogo. Para pensar.

As you know......l'm quite keen on comic books. Especially the ones about superheroes. I find the whole mythology surrounding superheroes fascinating. Take my favorite superhero, Superman. Not a great comic book. Not particularly well-drawn.

Mmm.

But the mythology...The mythology is not only great, it's unique.

How long does this shit take to go into effect?

About two minutes. Just long enough for me to finish my point. Now, a staple of the superhero mythology is, there's the superhero and there's the alter ego. Batman is actually Bruce Wayne, Spider-Man is actually Peter Parker. When that character wakes up in the morning, he's Peter Parker. He has to put on a costume to become Spider-Man. And it is in that characteristic Superman stands alone. Superman didn't become Superman. Superman was born Superman. When Superman wakes up in the morning, he's Superman. His alter ego is Clark Kent. His outfit with the big red "S" - that's the blanket he was wrapped inas a baby when the Kents found him. Those are his clothes. What Kent wears - the glasses, the business suit - that's the costume. That's the costume Superman wears to blend in with us. Clark Kent is how Superman views us. And what are the characteristics of Clark Kent? He's weak......he's unsure of himself......he's a coward. Clark Kent is Superman's critique on the whole human race. Sorta like Beatrix Kiddo and Mrs. Tommy Plimpton. The point emerges. You would've worn the costume of Arlene Plimpton. But you were born Beatrix Kiddo. And every morning when you woke up, you'd still be Beatrix Kiddo.

Are you calling me a superhero?

I'm calling you a killer. A natural born killer. You always have been, and you always will be.

3 comentários:

Cíntia Freitas disse...

Yeah, that's a point.

Dri disse...

Passou no Telecine.
Você viu, eu vi!
(óun)

Fernando Moraes disse...

É a cultura pop tangenciando Nietzsche... Great!