R | | Comedy, Drama
A tormented philosophy professor finds a will to live when he commits an existential act.
Artworks featured include "Figure and Landscape No. 2" by Willem de Kooning; "Printed Sheet with Pictures" by Paul Klee; "Poster for Spoleto Festival" by Saul Steinberg; "Still life with Candlestick" by Nicolas de Stael; "Cooperstown Summer Music Festival Poster" by Milton Glaser; "Fushia II" by Cary Guck; "Words", "Sighs from Hell" and "Anne on Drancy Station" by R.B. Kitaj; and "Backyard No. 58.EB" by Edward Bawden.
Kant said human reason is troubled by questions that it cannot dismiss, but also cannot answer. Okay, so, what are we talking about here? Morality? Choice? The randomness of life? Aesthetics? Murder?
Jill: I think Abe was crazy from the beginning. Was it ...
Judge Spangler and his friends are not playing bridge. During the bidding phase all four players would have their cards in their hands but during the shot they are playing their cards and therefore not in the bidding phase. To be depicted correctly the declarer's partner's hand would need to be laid down on the table as the "dummy" during play.
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