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"Siddhartha had learned how to transact business affairs, to exercise powers over people, to amuse himself with women; he had learned to wear fine clothes, to command servants, too bathe in sweet-smelling waters. He had learned to eat sweet and carefully prepared foods, also fish and meat and fowl, spices and dainties, and to drink wine which made him lazy and forgetful. He had learned to play dice and chess, to watch dancers, to be carried in sedan chairs, to sleep on a soft bed. But he had always felt different from and superior to the others; he had always watched them a little scornfully, with a slightly mocking disdain, with that disdain which a Samana always feels towards the people of the world."

Siddhartha (1922), Herman Hesse

Directed by Michael Battcock and Harry Burgess.


A couple of weeks ago, we posted “Am Gone,” a new song from the quirky but cinemantic Leeds group Adult Jazz. They’ve now made a video for “Springful,” the other songs from their new double-A-side single. In the cryptic but beautifully shot video, we see a crew of porters carry one gentleman from verdant hills to city streets. Michael Battcock and Harry Burgess direct, apparently inspired by Herman Hesse’s Siddhartha.
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