Possession (1981, Andrzej Żuławski)

You know, I remember when I was a kid… Have you ever seen a dying dog, you know, one of those old dogs that comes to die under the porch of the house? At the last moment… it yelps. In terror. As if it’s seen something real.

The Entity. A seeping poly-tendrilled abomination. Dismantling the coordinates of existence.

For me, God is a disease.

The smack of a bleak Godless universe, itself becoming the new God, a miscarriage of Faith.

God is still under the porch, where the dog died.

Meat(-grinder (delirium)) (camouflage). Lurched into schizophrenic hysteria.

I wanted to see, what it was, that made him crawl under there.

No…

Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open! Don’t open!

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