Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Brainstem of the Day

Camille Paglia, discusses the death of art films and things she has no clue about:

The waning of art film has been just one of the bitter cultural disappointments that the baby-boom generation has had to endure. Rock music, which exploded in the artistic renaissance of the '60s and '70s, seems to have exhausted its formulas. At the moment, hip-hop and disco-derived dance music enjoy far greater prestige everywhere.