No one, not even God, can put back a leaf on to a tree once it has fallen off.And no one, not God nor Christ nor any other can put back a human life into connection with the living cosmos once the connection has been broken and the person has become finally self-centred. Death alone, through the long process of disintegration can melt the detached life back through the dark Hades at the roots of the tree into the circulating sap, once more, of the tree of life. “Nijinsky has never been so remarkable as in his latest role.In his portrayal of the faun, Nijinsky managed to reproduce exactly the figure of a satyr shown on Greek vases in the Louvre. Jean Cocteau helped to explain the Mallarmé poem (Nijinsky spoke little French) and with developing a scenario for the ballet.The music by Debussy already existed in a fully orchestrated form.Bakst had already worked with Vsevolod Meyerhold, an innovative theatre producer and director who had introduced concepts like two-dimensionality, stylized postures, a narrow stage, pauses and pacing to emphasise significant moments, into his productions.
He lies down, leans on his elbow, walks with bent knees, draws himself up, advancing and retreating, some-times slowly, sometimes with jerky angular movements.Her leading role of Tracy Flick in Election (1999) was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.Witherspoon's breakthrough role was playing Elle Woods in the 2001 film Legally Blonde, for which she received her second Golden Globe nomination.Other notable films of hers include Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2003), Monsters vs.
Aliens (2009), Water for Elephants (2011), and Sing (2016).
In 2014, Witherspoon produced the thriller Gone Girl and received critical acclaim for portraying Cheryl Strayed in Wild, for which she earned her second Academy Award nomination for Best Actress and a fourth Golden Globe nomination.