Cercando La grande bellezza

61 min

be described

with the vulgarity of words.

Well, try at least.

I'm an artist,

I don't need to explain jack shit.

So I'll write:
"Lives on vibrations,

but she doesn't know what they are."

I'm starting to dislike

this interview,

I sense conflictuality in you.

- Conflictuality as a vibration?

- As a pain in the ass.

Let's talk about my mom's

abusive boyfriend.

No! I want to know

what a vibration is.

It's my radar to intercept

the world.

Your radar... meaning?

You're a pain in the ass.

We got off to a bad start...

Talia Concept wants to be

interviewed by your paper,

it has many readers.

But you're biased.

Write about how she has sex

with her fianc 11 times a day,

he's a talented conceptual artist,

he covers basketballs with confetti!

He's sensational!

Talia Concept is talking about

things that are meaningless to me.

All I've heard

is unpublishable fluff.

You can't charm me

with things like:

"I'm an artist,

I don't need to explain".

Our paper has a core

of cultured readers

that don't want to be taken

for fools. I work for that core.

So let me talk about my eventful,

difficult but necessary

journey as an artist!

Necessary for who?

For heaven's sake, madam,

what is a vibration?

- I don't know.

- You don't know.

You are an obsessive jerk!

I'll tell your editor to send me

a journalist of a higher stature.

A piece of advice:

when you speak to my editor,

go easy on the stature business.

She's a dwarf, you know.

Jep, this interview is a hoot!

Maybe, but don't send me

to interview someone

who head-butts walls again.

- You know what the trick is?

- Foam rubber.

Amateur dramatics isn't dead.

Did you get offended

about the stature comment?

Don't be silly!

That's the funniest bit!

I'm a dwarf, it's no secret.

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