Faust announces its motif of physical affliction in the opening sequence, as the camera plunges from the heavens, bypassing an ornate, tasseled mirror--perhaps intended to reflect Goethe's famous pronouncement that "behavior is a mirror in which everyone shows his image"--toward earth, its heavenly trajectory culminating in the rankly
corporeal: a close-up of a cadaver's gray-green penis, blossoming with a single crimson pustule.
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unconstitutional 48-hour hold utilized in this case is the product of a police department policy, a policy condemned by this court repeatedly in the past.
Eliza Doolittle, the flower girl plucked from the streets by the rankly
clueless professor Henry Higgins, is not just ordered about by him - she's practically his creation.
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A Romantic in the original 19th-century sense of the word, Russell reveled in the depiction of lush, unbridled emotion, as extreme as it could go, crafting imagery that could be swooningly beautiful one moment and rankly
repugnant the next--often, in films like "The Devils" (1971), only a splice apart.