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« : October 01, 2007, 07:37:39 AM »

Music: Igor Stravinsky.

Painting: Pablo Picasso.

Film: Sergio Leone.

'Nuff sed.

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« #1 : October 01, 2007, 07:46:50 AM »

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« #2 : October 02, 2007, 04:19:43 AM »

Music: Igor Stravinsky.

Painting: Pablo Picasso.

Film: Sergio Leone.

'Nuff sed.

archie. 8)

I could agree or disagree with you about the painthing or music, but about the film, I agree with you 100%. O0

THERE WAS, THERE IS AND THERE WILL BE ONLY SERGIO!

I don`t very much like comparation of any kind, but I will say that for me Leone is MICHELANGELLO OF FILM!

Like Michelangello was painter, sculptor, architect..., in that way Leone was everything: he was director, based on his ideas movies were made, co-composer (because he was directly saying to Morricone what kind of music he wants, and practicaly, he take an active part in music writeing...), screenwriter... etc.., and all of that in all of his movies, and all of them are masterpieces. He was "all in one"! Unique artist!

Leone is the greatest! O0

« : October 02, 2007, 04:26:22 AM Bill Carson »
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« #3 : October 02, 2007, 04:28:56 AM »

I could agree or disagree with you about the painthing or music, but about the film, I agree with you 100%. O0

THERE WAS, THERE IS AND THERE WILL BE ONLY SERGIO!

I don`t very much like comparation of any kind, but I will say that for me Leone is MICHELANGELLO OF FILM!

Like Michelangello was painter, sculptor, architect..., in that way Leone was everything: he was director, based on his ideas movies were made, co-composer (because he was directly saying to Morricone what kind of music he wants, and practicaly, he take an active part in music writeing...), screenwriter... etc. He was "all in one"! Unique artist!

Leone is the greatest! O0
I don't want to sound like an ass here (I will, I know) but saying that Leone practically co-wrote the music might be too much said. I mean the man could barely hum a tune. I know he said something like that he wants simple down-to-earth tunes that the viewer can hum while walking home. But saying that he co-wrote the music is too much said, IMO. I don't think he was more involved in the scorewriting than directors are in general. 


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« #4 : October 02, 2007, 04:41:46 AM »

Music: hey! And Maestro Morricone?

Film: of course our Sergio. Who else?

Painting: I'll choose Van Gogh >:D

What about literature?  ;)

There were/are so many great writers. Hemingway, Bulgakov, García Márquez, Eco...


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