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Mood Indigo
Vian, Boris - Mood Indigo
Vian, Boris
Mood Indigo

kiadó: Serpent's Tail
cikkszám: 11168802
ISBN: 9781846689772
megjelenés: 2013-01-01
készlet: Utolsó darab!
Ár: 3015 Ft
webes rendelés esetén: 2714 Ft
 
Leírás:

A forgotten classic of life, love and lost innocence, now a major movie directed by Michel Gondry.


The world ofMood Indigois a stained-glass cartoon kind of a place, where the piano dispenses cocktails, the kitchen mice dance to the sound of sunbeams, and the air is three parts jazz. Colin is a wealthy young aristocrat, a slim, innocent creature who loves easily. The instant he sees Chloe, bass drums thump inside his shirt, and soon the two are married. Typically generous, Colin gives a quarter of his fortune to his best friend Chick so he can marry Chloe's friend Alyssum.But a lily grows in Chloe's lung, and Colin must spend his remaining fortune on the only available treatment: surrounding her daily with fresh flowers. Chick squanders his share of Colin's money on rare editions of Jean Pulse Heartre, and Alyssum decides her only recourse is to murder the philosopher whose books are ruining her husband. Chick and Colin's money woes force them to sacrifice their carefree lives to soul-crushing work, and even the suicidal mice wear themselves out trying to restore the lustre to the kitchen tiles.
About the Author


Boris Vian (1920-1959) was a French writer, poet, musician, singer, translator, critic, actor, inventor and engineer. Best remembered forL'Écume des jours(translated into English by Stanley Chapman asFroth on the Daydreamand renamedMood Indigoto tie in with the film), Vian's work is characterised by the dazzling wordplay and surreal plots which made him a cult figure in 1960s France and beyond.



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