Vanya on 42nd Street (1994), Louis Malle

Chekhov is not about pianos and love and candelabras. It’s not about costumes. It’s not even about relationships, primarily. And it’s certainly not about plot. What Chekhov is about fundamentally is the nature of the quality of passing your life. What it feels like to be here as we travel across the ocean of life.

– André Gregory

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