38. Frank Borzage
Chris Fujiwara

The intensity of Frank Borzage’s films is without equal in cinema. For Borzage, the film frame is a microcosm of human destiny. The privileged occupants of this microcosm are lovers for whom, in the space of the moment when they are captured by Borzage’s camera, nothing exists outside that space. The enormous question Borzage’s cinema poses: can a mere audience, which is necessarily outside the lovers’ space, share with them the belief that sustains its fragile transcendence?

38. フランク・ボゼージ