Кролики


Вспомнился мне посреди ночи один славный ситком от господина Линча. "Кролики". Эдакая сюрреалистичная смесь "За закрытыми дверями" Сартра и сериала самого дешевого пошиба.
Прежде всего, стоит отметить богатство доступных интерпретаций. Кто-то скажет, что это стеб над ситкомами восьмидесятых, но, простите, на момент съемки уже свирепствовал 2002 год, а это "Матрица", "Амели" и "Шрек". Традиционный формат юмористических сериалов а-ля " Married… with Children", якобы пародирующийся в миниатюрках Линча, уже подсох и подгнил. Можно подумать, что это наша с вами скучная и будничная жизнь, предварительно пропущенная через Беккета, словно через мясорубку. И, разумеется, просто обязаны возникнуть ассоциации с адом, с каким-то дьявольски изощренным наказанием.
Сразу бросаются в глаза детали мозаики, которые отчаянно не хотят складываться в общую картину. Прежде всего сами антропоморфные кролики, закадровый смех, периодические явления кролика-демона. бесконечный дождь, песни-монологи персонажей, аллюзии на "Твин Пикс". Герои более-менее свободны, могут выходить из комнаты, хотя вряд ли за ее пределами происходит что-то хорошее. Джек пытается понять цикличность событий в ситкоме и вспомнить что-то о человеке в зеленом (по-моему, единственный цвет, которого нет в линчевской палитре). Джейн пытается понять, кто она, и восстановить хоть какую-нибудь хронологию событий, не понимая, что в цикличном мире это невозможно. А Сьюзи, чуть ли не рациональная фигура в этом цирке абсурда, сообщает, что происходит вокруг и бродит со свечами, когда наступает темнота.
По-моему, все проще. Линч создал настолько абстрактную и бессмысленную вещь, что наш разум ее просто не приемлет. Никак нельзя поверить в то, что эти сорок минут экранного времени лишены хоть какой-либо подоплеки. Даже самой тонкой или самой безумной.
Мы ищем первопричину. Мы устанавливаем мотив. И если нам не удается найти суть, то мы эту суть навязываем. Каждый в меру своей душевной организации. Мы ведь все время грешим тем, что выдумываем причины, истоки поступков других людей. Зачастую информации так мало, а поступки настолько иррациональны, что мы начинаем хвататься за любые доступные объяснения.
Да, Линч издевался над ситкомами и их буржуазной аудиторией. Да, Линч показывал нам бытовой и экзистенциальный ад. Да, Линч построил сложнейшую символьную головоломку для самых упорных и внимательных.
Нет, господа, Линч просто снял "Кроликов". А все остальное додумали мы, посторонние зрители без возможности залезть в чужую голову. Я ни в коем случае не осуждаю его за такое творение. Ведь мы наблюдаем рождение ужасающей абстракции. И каждый силится ограничить ее. Но это бесполезно.

Красный.
Кролик.
Дождь.
Поющая.
Полночь.

Вычеркните лишнее слово.
Не получается?

Припишите следующее слово.
А вот теперь получилось.

Прежде чем писать эту заметулю, я даже отыскала в сети подстрочник, хотя это было неожиданно сложно. Вот вам, если что-нибудь потребуется сверить

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1.
SUZIE is ironing and JANE is sitting on couch
JACK enters; clapping; he takes a seat
JANE: I am going to find out one day; When will you tell it?
JACK: Were there any calls?
JANE: What time is it?
Laughter
JACK stands
JACK: I have a secret.
JANE: There have been no calls today.
Laughter
JACK sits
JACK: I am not sure.
SUZIE stops ironing and walks over to couch (she stands behind but does not sit); clapping.
JACK: a coincidence.
SUZIE: (laughs)
JANE (?): Do not forget that today is Friday.
SUZIE: Where was it?
Knocking
JACK: I hear someone
JANE: There is something I would like to say to you, Suzie
Laughter
JACK gets up and looks outside. He then exits.
Other rabbits stare for a while.
JACK enters; long applause
JACK takes a seat
SUZIE: Oh?
JACK: It must be after 7:00P.M.
SUZIE: I have heard those things being said before.
JACK: I bet you’re both wonderful.
JANE: It’s still raining.
SUZIE: I have misplaced it; I am sure of it now.
JANE: All day.
JACK: It was a man in a green suit.
SUZIE: Why?
JACK: It may even be later.
SUZIE: I am going to get them.
SUZIE enters hallway
JACK stands up
JACK sits down
JACK: Where was I?
JANE: I only wish they would go somewhere.
JACK: I almost forgot.
JACK exits
JANE sits
JACK enters; long applause
JACK takes a seat
JACK: Were you blonde?!
JACK: SUZIE?
JANE: I could hear it also.
JACK: When it happens, he/you will know it.
Room turns red, SUZIE enters with lights on hands
Demonic face with deep voices… unintelligible words… may have said “Little bunny…” at end.
SUZIE exits, camera loses focus and lights return to normal
Camera refocuses and SUZIE enters
Pause, camera fades to black.
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2.
Empty house
Camera loses focus briefly after muffled thunder and refocuses
JANE enters; long applause
She sings, occasionally moving her arms about:
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Dark Room
Something’s wrong
Coooooold
Sirens
Dark
Smiling Teeth
Moving wing fingers
smoke, oil
Heating (fire lights and burns)
Mirror
Smear of blood
Eyes open
Darkness
Cold, wet
Bug in bed
Torn bug in bed
Crawling
ooooooh where
moooooooooves (?)
~
She bows and fades; long applause
Camera fades to black.
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3.
Percussive sound, camera fades in to JACK and JANE sitting on couch
SUZIE enters from hallway; she stands behind couch but does not sit
SUZIE: There was a call for you earlier in the day
JACK: We are not going anywhere.
JANE: I almost forgot.
JACK: I knew that was what happened each time I saw that.
JANE: Are you going to tell?
JACK: It is the rain.
JANE: I was wondering when Suzie was going to do that.
JACK: Who was it?
SUZIE looks at wall
SUZIE: It must be the rain.
JANE: It is 11:15 P.M.; It is dark outside
Laughter
JACK: Quiet!
Knocking; JACK gets up and opens the door; the rabbits stare
JACK exits the room.
JACK Enters; long applause; JACK takes a seat
JACK: Let me tell you.
JANE: I do not think it is the rain.
SUZIE: He goes to work each morning, and then he comes back home each night.
JACK: It may have been a coincidence.
SUZIE walks around and sits on couch.
The rabbits seem to snuggle with her in a comforting manner
SUZIE: It did not happen that way.
Camera fades to black
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4.
Camera fades in to an empty house; pause
Percussive sound (thunder?); camera loses focus and then refocuses.
JACK enters; long applause
JACK Sings, occasionally moving his arms and bowing:
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Distant Siren
An old, warm rug
A dog crawls
hmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmm
Oh
Oh
Something’s wrong
Something’s wrong
Oh
Uhmmm mmmmhmmmm
mmmmmm (fire ignites) mmmmmm
mmmmm
The dog Crawls
Lights blown out
A wind
Dark
Smiling Teeth
mmmmmmmm mmmmmm
A swollen tongue
The dog crawls
The socket drips
Disease
Hot
Electricity
Barbed Wire
Sharp,
tearing open-
red And wiggling
Wet dogs
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Running, swollen, blue feet
Tearing, scraping
black, old blood
yellow saliva
dark moon/move
broken window
Green tear
Vinyl… Knife
mmmmmmmm
Blood
Burn
Bulb/bolt (?)
Legs…..high
uuhhhhhhhhh mmmmmmmmmm
(He bows again)
Cold
~
JACK Fades away; long applause
Camera fades to black.
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5.
Camera fades in; JANE is sitting and SUZIE is ironing
JANE: When did you say that?
SUZIE pauses and looks back
SUZIE: It was the voice of a man
JANE: I do not think it will be much longer now
SUZIE: Where is it that you think I went?
Laughter
JANE: I was speaking about the other night.
SUZIE (?): I do not know where Jack is.
JANE: I was near the harbor after it happened; It was raining.
SUZIE: It is 8:35 P.M.
JANE: Who was on the phone?
Laughter
SUZIE: It is still raining.
Knocking
JACK enters; long applause
He takes a seat
SUZIE: It has always been like that.
JACK: When did you go out?
JANE: I have known since I was seven.
Laughter
JACK: It happens all the time.
Phone rings; rabbits stare
after about 5 rings, camera briefly zooms in on camera and then zooms back out
after more ringing, JACK gets up and answers phone
dead air.
SUZIE: There is no moon tonight.
JANE: I said it looks like it is still raining.
SUZIE: Where was it exactly?
SUZIE: Do you remember?
JANE: Is it that late?
JACK hangs up and takes a seat.
JACK: Since then?
SUZIE: It’s getting darker.
Camera fades to black.
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6.
Camera fades in to an empty house; pause
Percussive sound (thunder?); camera loses focus and then refocuses.
SUZIE enters; long applause
SUZIE sings, occasionally moving her arms (tending to put them together):
~
Hmmm Hmmmmmm
An old, warm rug
A dog crawls
Oh, oh,
Something’s wrong
Oh, oh…
(Fire Ignites)
The dog crawls
Lights blow out
A wind,
Dark,
smiling teeth
Swollen tongue
The dog crawls,
The socket drips
Disease
Hot Electricity
Hmmmmmm Hmmmmmm
Barbed wire,
Sharp,
tearing open red and wiggling wet dog
running swollen blue feet,
tearing, scraping
Black oil/spoiled/old blood
yellow saliva
Dark room, broken window
hmmmmmmm
Band-Aid,
Old glued/Greek/green (?) cotton
Haaa hmmmmm
Green tear
Vinyl knife
oohhhhhhhh
steam (?) blood
burn
hooooo hahoooouuum
(brief crackling sound)
Bulk (?)
Cord
Bugs wiggle on their back
haaaoooo hmmm mmm
Legs high,
ceiling drip(s)
Cold, distant sun
hmmmm haaooo haaoohooum
Distant Ships
Distant Ships
Distant. Ships.
(louder singing)Haoooo oooh haooooohh huuuuhhhm
(crackling)
Moving wing
Fingers
old skin
ahhh haa hooouw hawowowuhwaaa
Smoke, oil heat
mirror
mirror of blood
eyes open-
darkness
~
SUZIE fades; long applause
Camera fades to black.
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7.
Camera fades in; JANE and JACK are sitting and SUZIE is at iron board, but facing the couch and not ironing
JANE: I saw it too.
Laughter
JACK: I am not sure.
JANE: I went earlier, when it was just light.
JACK: I need to tell you something.
SUZIE approaches couch, standing behind JACK
SUZIE: It was red.
JACK: (tilting head back) Did he say anything?
Laughter
SUZIE: You could not do anything?
JANE: No one can know about this.
SUZIE enters hallway
Long knocking; JACK gets up and answers door; he pauses
JANE: It happened to me only once.
SUZIE’s shadow can be briefly seen moving in hallway
JACK exits room.
SUZIE (Offscreen?): It’s past midnight!
JACK enters; long applause; he takes his seat
JANE: All day.
SUZIE (Offscreen?): There is something here!
JANE: It happened like that earlier.
JACK: Who could’ve known?
Room turns red; SUZIE enters with lights on hands
Demonic face with deep voices… unintelligible words… possibly: “Where is to…” “what a blow, let me go”
Room turns completely black expect demon face and SUZIE’s hands; the face says something unintelligible
(8.?)
SUZIE fades as she exits, percussive sounds
SUZIE enters
SUZIE: I heard it too.
JACK: Do not forget what I have told you.
Door opens on its own, creaking; rabbits look at it; pause
startling female scream; room goes black, with only light source wavering and coming from the hall
Percussive sound more metallic than before. sound (thunder?); camera loses focus and then refocuses during previous scene
Rabbits do not seem to be stirred; SUZIE slowly walks to door and closes it
SUZIE: And then, there it was.
JACK: No, Nothing.
JANE: Well then, it must be very dark.
SUZIE walks around and sits on couch.
The rabbits seem to snuggle with her in a comforting manner
JACK: It was the man in the green coat.
JANE (?): I wonder who I will be.
Camera fades to black.
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