Yes, they really do. Interview talks to Miranda July.
Miranda July skypes the audience at the Stockholm Film Festival.
I just realized I can’t pronounce the word “indecency” without the forming the slightest shadow of a sly smile. It’s just oh-so-prudishly British.
indecency = Something that is indecent.
indecent = Something that is not decent.
1. polite or respectable a decent family
2. proper and suitable; fitting a decent burial
3. conforming to conventions of sexual behaviour; not indecent
4. free of oaths, blasphemy, etc. decent language
5. good or adequate a decent wage
6. Informal kind; generous he was pretty decent to me
7. Informal sufficiently clothed to be seen by other people are you decent?
[from Latin decēns suitable, from decēre to be fitting]
In conclusion, I’m really not that much of a rebel, but I also really don’t care about not fitting in. Actually, I quite like it. And can you image how much of an insult it would be to be called “decent”? Gee, thanks.
Indecency it is.
I love this woman and her stories. Also, her art is shockingly similar to something I plan to do, especially Je, tu, il, elle and Saute ma ville. Crazy how that happens sometimes (I hadn’t seen her stuff before making plans)! This won’t bore you, I garantee.
A Conversation With Chantal Akerman