Last night I saw Laurie Anderson's Heart of a Dog with Laurie in attendance at The Hammer Museum. I will be writing up a blog post about it within the next week. I can't stop thinking about the film, the talk afterwards and the experience itself. I've been to a lot of q and a's but *never* anything like that.
"Death is so often about regret, or guilt. Why didn't I call her? Why didn't I say that? It's more about you than the person who died. But finally I saw it, the connection between love and death, and that the purpose of death is the release of love." -Laurie Anderson Heart of a Dog
Have you seen the film?