I like KAFKA. Good movie for example: “KAFKA” by Steven Soderbergh 1991, as Kafka the actor Jeremy Irons. That’s my mood: Realizing that life is not easy; oppressed all we are.
Existentialism is a little more optimistic: Albert Camus with his Sisyphus message for example.
Take a third step: Make your results like Laurel and Hardy.
A fourth step would be: enjoy, that only a horse is on the piano, not a white tiger!
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watch the KAFKA movie by Steven Soderbergh: “THE TRIAL” / “Der Prozess” to understand my primary level of Kafkaesque mood!
- Laurel & Hardy Interview (1947) (milkandcookies.com)
- Franz Kafka online | The Works and Life of Franz Kafka (kafka-online.info)
- Review: Kafkaesque by John Kessel and James Patrick Kelly (underwordsblog.com)
- Can’t you take a joke? (thefword.org.uk)