Monthly Archives: October 2015

On the outside of love: the price of emotional distance in Ishiguro, Bergman and Dreyer

At the beginning of Kazuo Ishiguro’s 1995 masterpiece The Unconsoled, Ryder, our English hero, arrives in an unnamed city in Continental Europe. He is a renowned concert pianist due to perform at the local civic hall in a few days … Continue reading

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