On The Melancholy of Resistance

[Originally published in Sacred Tresspasses: January 22, 2016] By Andrés Hax 1. I had the good fortune of reading László Krasznahorkai’s The Melancholy of Resistance in a state of almost complete ignorance about the author and his works. Some time ago, through a route of links and clicks that I disremember, I came across a video interview with the Hungarian filmmaker Béla Tarr, whom I also did not know. Apart from being an exceptional interview, Tarr mesmerized me: his underbite;Read more