The loser’s poetic stance

May 19, 2008 § 1 Comment

Keaton, in The Boat (1921), does the loser as only he knows how: Loser loses boat

loser 1

not just once, but twice:

loser 2

and both times, stoically, resigned, poetically oblivious of the mass of natural forces that have conspired against him.

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