Oct 8, 2018
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MINUTE 29 TRANSCRIPT
...today I think there's a very fascistic thing under
"The Little Prince", you know, I...well, no, I think there's a kind
of...I think a kind of S.S. totalitarian sentimentality in there
somewhere. You know, there's something, you know, that...that love
of, um...well, that masculine love of a certain kind of oily
muscle, you know what I mean? I mean, I can't quite put my finger
on it, but I can just imagine some beautiful S.S. man loving "The
Little Prince". Now, I don't know why, but there's something wrong
with it, it stinks.
Wally: Well, didn't George tell me that you were gonna
do a play that was based on "The Little Prince"
Andre: Hmm. Well. What happened, Wally, was that fall I
was in New York, and I met this young Japanese Buddhist priest
named Kozan, and I thought he was Puck from the "Midsummer Night's
Dream", you know, he had this beautiful, delicate smile. I thought
he was the Little Prince.
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