Henri at Marienbad
You probably have to have seen one of the French New Wave movies of the early 1960s, with their existential themes – the absurdity of human existence, the inescapability of death, and other fun stuff – to fully appreciate Henri the Cat’s version of a French movie.
Perhaps like Last Year at Marienbad (Did anyone really have any clue what it was actually about or what was going on?)
With that in mind, here, then, is Henri, reflecting on his life with the mandatory hint of Gauloise-cigarette huskiness in his voice:
Posted April 17, 2012, by Michael Mountain