<article> <figure> <img src="http://www.moviesom.com/resources/20150216211140social.jpg" title='The Red Bank. James Joyce: His Greek Notebooks' alt='The Red Bank. James Joyce: His Greek Notebooks'/> </figure> <h1>The Red Bank. James Joyce: His Greek Notebooks</h1> <p>This documentary aims to register this unknown side of James Joyce: His Greek Notebooks. Trieste. Bloomsday, 2013. Dance in slow motion, accompanied by text. By deconstructing the body, we turn it into a memory: of the body, of life, of texts. The biographical references to Joyce and Mando Aravantinou, combined with the diagonal slicing of the image, cancel the realism of the landscape, including that of the Narrator’s space/study. As a culmination, Joyce’s letter “A request for a loan in Greek” functions as a timely denunciation. Various routes through cities, such as Trieste, London, New York, and Athens; languages such as Greek and English. In addition to the primal myth of Ulysses, there is another issue: Greek is “the language of the subject of Ulysses”</p> <details><summary>Runtime: 29</summary> <summary>Release date: 2013-03-25</summary></details> </article>