In pursuit of Treasure island by Raul Ruiz

By Raul Ruiz

In the back of every one kid's publication, in the back of each one bestseller, a sacred textual content is hidden. Stevenson's novel has been scrutinized, learn and re-read one thousand occasions. it's been used as a version for a map that leads us looking for an island the place a cave that represented the sky used to be situated. And in that sky, the celebs and planets have been represented via diamonds, actual diamonds... either a prelude and a continuation to Raoul Ruiz's movie, Treasure Island, made in 1984, In Pursuit of Treasure Island offers itself because the follow-up, or particularly a pursuit, of Stevenson's novel. it's a ambitious instance of how Ruiz parodies the textual content and plunges the tale contained in the tale prior to wasting the reader in a labyrinth of odd photographs.

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But the only problem was I definitely wasn’t there myself. I had, in short, missed an appointment. What on earth were they doing? The funeral had started all over again too. “ My poor boy, it’s your father they’re taking away. But, well,” said the doctor, “ I mustn’t stray from my story. As I was saying, I decided to go for a walk very early. This is my final holiday and I didn’t want to miss a minute, not even a second. So I set off towards the quay. I love walking beside a harbour, don’t you?

And... they seemed to be repeating the scene all over again. But the only problem was I definitely wasn’t there myself. I had, in short, missed an appointment. What on earth were they doing? The funeral had started all over again too. “ My poor boy, it’s your father they’re taking away. But, well,” said the doctor, “ I mustn’t stray from my story. As I was saying, I decided to go for a walk very early. This is my final holiday and I didn’t want to miss a minute, not even a second. So I set off towards the quay.

He was thinking about her. I could easily kill him now. We were at the water’s edge. I knew he couldn’t swim. I stood up and pushed him. He leapt back and spun round. “ You thought I’d fall in, d id n ’t you? Didn’t you?! You’re just jealous. What were you trying to do? You know I can’t swim and you would have had to jump in after me, wouldn’t you? ” “ I don’t like the way you refer to my mother. ” “ I don’t know. ” “Of course, I’m right. ” c o u l d d o n e . Y o u There was silence. ” “ Maybe she is.

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