The Local Stigmatic

The fascination of the drama is the mirror held up to critics. What do they want? To do nothing. What do they hate? People who do things.

The film is said to be in flux, it’s the beauty parlor scene in Clayton’s The Pumpkin Eater, or nearly.

Two layabouts beat up an actor on the street, for reasons described.

And then there’s the Kafka side. After all, one is the well-known actor in bed with the wife, shouldn’t he be there, as you might say?