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CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 1959
WINNER, INTERNATIONAL CRITICSAWARD
AND
FILMWRITERS'AWARD
YousawnothinginHiroshima. Nothing.
Isaweverything.
Isawthehospital-I'msureofit.
ThehospitalinHiroshimaexists.
HowcouldI nothaveseenit?
Youdidn'tseethehospital inHiroshima.
YousawnothinginHiroshima.
Fourtimesat themuseum.
WhatmuseuminHiroshima?
Fourtimesat themuseuminHiroshima.
Isawpeople walkingaround.
People walkaround, lostinthought, among thephotographs
thereconstructions, forlackof anythingelse.
Thephptpgraphs thephotographs
thereconstructions, forlackof anythingelse.
Theexplanations, forlackof anythingelse.
Fourtimesat themuseuminHiroshima.
Iwatchedthepeople.
I myself,,lostinthought, lookedat thescorchedmetal.
Thetwistedmetal.
Metal madeasvulnerable asflesh.
Isawthebouque tofbottlecaps.
Whowouldhavethought?
Humanflesh,suspended, asifstillalive,
itsagonystillfresh.
Stones. Charred stones. Shatteredstones.
Anonymousmassesofhair
that thewomen ofHiroshima, uponwakinginthemorning,
wouldfindhadfallenout..
IwashotinPeace Square.
10000degreesinPeace Square.
I knowit.
Thetemperatureofthesun inPeace Square.
Howcouldyounotknowit?
Thegrass. It'squitesimple.
YousawnothinginHiroshima. Nothing.
Thereconstructions were asauthenticaspossible.
Thefilmswere asauthenticaspossible.
Theillusion, quitesimply,,issoperfect
that touristsweep.
Onecanalwaysscoff,,
but whatelsecanatouristdo
but weep?
I'vealwaysweptoverHiroshima'sfate.
Always.
No.
What wasthereforyoutoweepover?
Isawthenewsreels.
Onthesecondday, historytellsus-I'mnotmakingitup-
fromtheseconddayon,
certainspeciesof animals crawledfromthedepthsoftheearth,
andfromtheashes.
Dogswerecaptured onfilmfor alltime. Isawthem.
Isawthenewsreels. Isawthem.
Ofthefirsttday, thesecondday,
thethirdday.
Yousawnothing.
Ofthefifteenthdaytoo.
Hiroshimawascoveredinflowers.
Therewerecornflowers andgladioliieverywhere ,
morninggloriesanddaylilies
bornagainfromtheashes
withanextraordi naryvitality unheard ofinflowersbeforethen.
Ididn'tmakeanyofitup.
Youmadeitall up.
Noneofit.
Justastheillusionexistsinlove,
theillusionyoucanneverforget,
soIwasundertheillusion IwouldneverforgetHiroshima.
Justlikewithlove.
Isawthesurvivorstoo,
andthoewhowereinthewombs ofthewomen ofHiroshima.
Isawthepatience,
theinnocence ,
theapparen tmeekness
withwhichthetemporarysurvivors ofHiroshima
adapted toafatesounjust
that theimagination, usuallysofertile,
issilentbeforeit.
Listen. I know.
I knoweverything. It wenton.
Nothing. Youknownothing.
Women riskgivingbirth todeformed children, tomonsters,
butitgoeson.
Menriskbecomingsterile,
butitgoeson.
Raincausespanic,, therain of ashonthewatersofthePacific.
ThePacificturnsdeadly,, anditsfishermen die.
Foodbecomes anobjectoffear..
Anentirecity'sfoodisthrownaway.
Thefoodofentirecitiesisburied.
Anentirecityrisesupinanger..
Entirecitiesriseupinanger..
Butagainst whom dotheyriseupinanger.?
Theanger.ofentirecities, whethertheylikeitornot,
against theprinciple ofinequality advanced
byonepeople againstanother..
Theprincipleofinequality advanced
bycertainracesagainstotherraces.
Theprincipleofinequality advanced
bycertainclassesagainstotherclasses.
Listentome.
Listentome.
Likeyou, I know whatitistoforget.
No,youdon'tknow whatitistoforget.
Likeyou, Iamendowedwithmemory.. I knowwhatitistoforget.
No,youarenotendowedwithmemory..
Likeyou, Itoohavestruggled withall mymight
not toforget.
Likeyou, Iforgot..
Likeyou, I longed for amemory beyondconsolation,
amemory ofshadowsandstone.
FormypartIstruggles everydaywithall mymight
against thehorror of nolonger understanding
thereasontoremember.
Likeyou, Iforgot..
Whyydenytheobviousnecessity of remembering?
Listentome. I knowsomethingelse.
It willbeginagain.
200,000deadand80,000wounded innineseconds.
Thosearetheofficialfigures. It willbeginagain.
It willbe 10000degreesontheearth. Tenthousand suns,people willsay.
Theasphalt willburn.
Chaoswill prevail.
Anentirecitywillbelifted offtheground,
thenfallbacktoearthinashes.
Newvegetationrises fromthesands.
Fourstudentsawait together, likebrothers,
alegendary death.
Thesevenbranchesofthedeltaestuary
oftheriverOta
drainandfillat theirusualhour,,
precisely at theirusualhour,,
withfreshwaterrichwithfish, greyorblue,
dependi ngontheseason andtimeofday.
Peoplealongthemuddybanks nolongerwatch
thetideslowlyrise
inthesevenbranches ofthedeltaestuaryoftheriverOta.
I meetyou, I rememberyou,
Whoareyou?
You'redestroyingme. You'regoodforme.
HowcouldI knowthiscity wastailor-made forlove?
HowcouldI know youfitmybodylikeaglove?
I likeyou,
Howunlikely..
I likeyou,
Howslowallof asudden.
Howsweet.
Youcannotknow.
You'redestroyingme. You'regoodforme.
You'redestroyingme. You'regoodforme.
I havetime.
Please, devourme.
Deformme tothepointof ugliness.
Whyynotyou?
Whyynotyouinthiscity andinthisnight
solikeothercitiesandothernights youcanhardlytellthedifference ?
I begofyou,
You havesuch beautIful skin.
You!
Yes, me.Surprised?
Areyoucompletely Japaneseor not?
Completely. I am Japanese.
Your eyesaregreen, aren't they?.
Yes, I thInkthey'regreen.
You'relIkeathousandwomen Inone.
That's becauseyoudon'tknowme.
ThatmIghtnotbetheonly reason.
I don'tmInd beIng athousandwomen Inoneforyou.
LIsten.
It's 4:00.
Why?.
I don'tknowwhoItIs.
Every day hepasses by at 4:00 andcoughs.
Wereyou hereIn HIroshIma?
Of coursenot.
That's right. HowfoolIshof me.
ButmyfamIlywas In HIroshIma.
I wasoff fightIngthewar.
Luckyforyou, eh?
Yes.
Luckyfor metoo.
Why areyou In HIroshIma?
A film.
A film?
I'm actIng Inafilm.
Wherewereyou beforeyoucameto HIroshIma?
Paris.
And before Paris?
Before Paris I was In Nevers.
It's IntheprovInceof NIévre. Youdon'tknowIt.
Why dIdyouwant tosee everythIng In HIroshIma?
ItInterested me.
I havemy own IdeaaboutIt.
For example, looking closely at thIngs IssomethIng
thathas tobelearned.
thathas tobelearned.
Wouldyou lIkesomecoffee?
What wereyoudreamIngabout?
I don'tremember.Why?.
I waswatchIngyour hands.
They movewhenyou'resleep.
Maybethathappens whenyoudon'trealIzeyou'redreamIng.
You'rea beautIfulwoman. You knowthat?
-YouthInkso? - I thInkso.
AbIt wornout, no?
-AbItugly. -Youdon'tmInd?
That'swhatI notIced lastnIghtat thecafé.
Howuglyyouwereand--
-And? -And howboredyou looked.
Tell memore.
Youwerebored Inaway thatmakesa manwant toknowawoman.
YouspeakFrenchwell.
Don'tI though!
I'm gladyoufinally notIced.
I hadn'tnotIced thatyoudon'tspeakJapanese.
Haveyouever notIced peoplehave away of notIcIngwhat theywant?
I notIcedyou.That'sall.
TomeetIn HIroshIma.
Thatdoesn'thappeneveryday.
WhatdId HIroshIma meantoyou In France?
Theendof thewar.
I meancompletely.
AstonIshment that they dareddoIt,
andastonIshment that theysucceeded.
AndthebegInnIng of an unknownfearfor usaswell.
Andthen IndIfference.
Andfear ofIndIfferenceaswell.
Wherewereyou?
I had justleft Nevers.
I was In Paris. Inthestreet
That'sa beautIful Frenchword: Nevers.
A word lIkeany other. JustlIkethetown.
Haveyou metmany Japanese In HIroshIma?
A few,
butnonelIkeyou.
Am I thefirstJapaneseInyour lIfé?
Yes.
HIroshIma.
Thewholeworld rejoIced,
andyou rejoIcedwIth It.
Was Ita beautIful summer day In Paris?
I heard It was.Wasn'tIt?
Yes, It wasa nIceday.
- Howoldwereyou? -Twenty.You?
-Twenty-two. -Thesameage, really.
Justabout.
Whatdoyoudoforwork?
I'm anarchItect.
And I'm also...
In polItIcs.
Is that whyyouspeakFrenchsowell?
That'swhy. Toreadabout the French RevolutIon.
WhatIs thIs filmyou'reIn?
It'safilm aboutpeace.
Whatelsewouldyouexpect In HIroshIma?
I'd lIketoseeyouagaIn.
At thIs tImetomorrow
I'll beon myway backto France.
Really?. YoudIdn't tell me.
It's true.
Therewas nopoIntIntellIngyou.
That'swhyyou letme comeuptoyour room lastnIght.
BeacuseIt wasyour lastday In HIroshIma.
Notatall. Thethoughtnever crossed my mInd.
Whenyouspeak, I wonder whetheryou lIeortell thetruth.
I lIe...and I tell thetruth.
ButI havenoreasontolIetoyou.
Tell me, dothIngs lIkethIs happentoyouoften?
Notall thatoften.
But they happen.
I'mveryfondof men.
I havedubIous morals,you know.
Whatdoyoucall havIng"dubIous morals"?
BeIng dubIous aboutother people's morals.
I'd lIketoseeyouagaIn.
Even Ifyour planeleaves tomorrowmornIng. Even Ifyou havedubIous morals.
Why?.
Beacuse.
Youdon't want totalktomeanymore?
I'd lIketoseeyouagaIn.
WhereareyougoIng In France? Nevers?
No, Paris. I'm nevergoIng backto Nevers.
- Never?. - Never.
I was neveryounger than I was In Nevers.
Young In Nevers.
Young In Nevers.
And mad In Nevers too.
Yousee, Nevers Is theonecIty Intheworld-
theonethIng Intheworld- I dream of mostatnIght
andat thesametIme thInkabout theleast.
What was thIs madness ofyours In Nevers lIke?
Madness Is lIkeIntellIgence.
Youcan'texplaIn It. JustlIkeIntellIgence.
Itcomesoveryou, consumesyou,
andthenyou understand.
But when It's gone, you nolonger understand Itatall.
Wereyoufull ofhate?
That was my madness.
I was madwIth hate.
I féltI could makeacareer ofhatIng.
All I caredabout was hatIng.
Doyou understand? -Yes.
It's true. I guessyou must understandthat too.
DId Itever happentoyouagaIn?
It'sover.
Duringthewar?.
RIghtafter It.
Was thatoneof thehardshIps oflIféIn Franceafterthewar?.
Youcouldsaythat.
WhendIdthIs madnessofyours pass?
It wentaway lIttleby lIttle, andthenwhen I hadchIldren, of course.
WhatdIdyousay?.
I saId It wentaway lIttleby lIttle, andthenwhen I hadchIldren, of course.
I'd lIketospendafewdayswIthyou somewheresometIme.
Metoo.
ToseeyouagaIntoday wouldn'treally be"seeIngyouagaIn."
Suchashort tImedoesn'tcount. I reallywould lIketo.
Verywell.
It's because you knowI'm leavIngtomorrow.
Thatmay bepartofIt.
ButIt'sas gooda reason asany, Isn'tIt?
Thethoughtof neverseeIngyouagaIn In justafewhours-
Youwereeasytofind In HIroshIma.
Is Ita Frenchfilm?
No. InternatIonal. It'saboutpeace.
- Is It finIshed? - ItIs for me.
Therearesomecrowdscenes left toshoot.
Therearelotsof commercIals forsoap.
Maybeby pressIngthepoInt-
Yes, maybe.
HereIn HIroshImawedon't makefunof filmsaboutpeace.
AreyoutIred?
Nomorethanyou.
I'vebeenthInking about Nevers In France.
I'vebeenthInkingaboutyou.
IsyourflIghtstIll tomorrow?
-Yes. -WIthout faIl?
Yes.ThepIctureIs behIndschedule.
I wassupposedtobeIn Paris a monthago.
YougIveme atremendousdesIretolove.
Always.
Short-lIvedaffaIrs.
Metoo.
It's notalways thIsstrong, andyou knowIt.
Theysaythere'sastorm comIng beforenIghtfall.
IFONEA-BOMB EQUALS 20,000ORDINARYBOMBS,
ANDAN H-BOMB EQUALS 1,500ATOMIC BOMBS,
HOW MUCH DOTHE 40,000 A-BOMBSAND H-BOMBS
CURRENTLYSTOCKPILED INTHEWORLD EQUAL?
THEY AREA TRIBUTE TO MAN'SSCIENTIFIC GENIUS.
BUT UNFORTUNATELY MAN'S POLITICALINTELLIGENCE
IS 100TIMES LESS DEVELOPED THAN HISSCIENTIFICINTELLIGENCE,
AND FORTHAT REASON HE FORFEITSOURRESPECT.
STOPTHERMONUCLEARTESTING!
I don'tlIketothInk aboutyou leavIngtomorrow.
I thInkI loveyou.
YouwIll comewIth meoncemore.
Answer me.
AreyouafraId?
SItdown.
Areyouall aloneIn HIroshIma?
WhereIsyourwIfé?
She's In Unzen, InthemountaIns. I'm alone.
When IsshecomIng back?
Inafewdays.
WhatIsyourwIfélIke?
BeautIful.
I'm a man who's happywIth hIswIfé.
Soam I.
I'm awoman who's happywIth her husband.
It would havebeentooeasy.
- Don'tyouworkIntheafternoon? -Yes, a lot.
Mostly Intheafternoon.
ThIswholethIng Is ridIculous.
AreyougIvIng upyour afternoon becauseof me?
Tell me. WhatdIfferencecan Itmake?
Themanyou lovedduringthewar- was he French?
Hewasn't French.
Yes.
It was In Nevers.
At first wemetIn barns.
ThenamongtheruIns.
Then In rooms.
LIkeanywhereelse.
Then hedIed.
I was 18.
Hewas 23.
WhyspeakofhIm and notothers?
-Why not? - No! Why?.
Beacuseof Nevers.
I'm only justbegInnIng toknowyou,
andfrom themanythousands of thIngs Inyour lIfé,
I choose Nevers.
JustlIkethat?
-Yes. - No, It wasn'tby chance.
You havetotell mewhy.
I somehowunderstand thatIt was there
thatyouweresoyoung
thatyoudIdn'tyetbelong toanyoneIn partIcular,
and I lIkethat.
No, that's notIt.
I somehowunderstand thatIt was there
thatI almostlostyou
and rantherisk of never, ever meetIngyou.
I somehowunderstand thatIt was there
thatyou begantobe whoyouaretoday.
I want toleavethIs place!.
There's nothIng left for us todonow
butkill thehours untIlyour departure.
SIxteen hours untIlyourflIght.
It's toomuch!
You mustn'tbeafraId.
Does"Nevers" have any other meanIng In French?
No.
Wouldyou havebeencold Inthatcellar In Nevers
Ifwehad lovedeachother?.
I would havebeencold.
Thecellars In Neversarecold bothsummer andwInter.
ThecItyslopesdowntoa river calledthe LoIre.
Ican'tpicture Nevers.
Nevers. Population40,000.
Builtlikeacapital.
Achildcanwalk alltheway around it.
IwasborninNevers.
I grewupIn Nevers.
I learnedtoread In Nevers.
That'swhereI turned 20.
Andthe LoIre?
It'sacompletely unnavIgableriver.
It'salwaysempty
duetoIts Irregular course andsand bars.
In FranceIt'sconsIdered avery beautIful river,
duemostlytoIts lIght.
Soverysoft.
Ifyouonly knew.
Whenyou'reInthecellar, am I dead?
You'redead.
Howcananyoneenduresuch paIn?
Thecellar Issmall.
Verysmall.
The MarseIllaIsepasses abovemy head.
It'sdeafénIng!
Hands becomeuseless Inacellar.
Theyclaw andscrapeaway at therocks
untiltheybleed.
It'sallyoucanthinkof tohelpyourself,
andtoremember.
I lovedbloodsinceI hadtastedyours.
Theworld passes by abovemy head,
In placeof thesky, of course.
I watchthat world pass by.
Hurriedly duringtheweek,
leisurelyonSundays.
Itdoesn'tknowI'minthecellar..
They pretend I'm dead.
Dead, farfrom Nevers.
Myfatherprefersit that way, sinceIwasdisgraced.
Myfatherprefers...
Doyouscream?
Notinthebeginning.
Icallyournamesoftly..
-ButI'mdead. -Icallyournameanyway.
Evenifyou'redead.
Thenoneday, Isuddenly scream.
Loudlikeadeaf person.
That'swhentheyputmeinthecellar..
Topunishme.
- Whatdidyouscream? - YourGerman name.Justyourname.
Theonlymemory I haveleft isyourname.
I promiseIwon'tscreamanymore,
sotheytakemebackuptomyroom.
Iyearnforyousobadly Ican'tbearitanymore.
-Areyouafraid? -I'mafraideverywhere.
Inthecellar.. Inmyroom.
-Ofwhat? -Of neverseeIngyouagaIn.
Ever.
I turn 20oneday Inthecellar.
My mother comes andtells meI'm 20yearsold.
My mother'scrying.
DoyouspItInyour mother's face?
Yes.
Drink.
Afterwards, I don'tremember anymore.
I don'tremember anymore.
Youweresayngthecellars In Neversareoldanddamp?
Yes, fullofsaltpeter.
SometImesacatcomes In tohavea lookaround.
Itdoesn'tbother me.
I don'tremember anymore.
Afterwards, I don'tremember anymore.
Howlong?
Aneternity.
I wassoyoung once!.
AtnIghtmy mother takes meIntothegarden.
Shelooksatmy head.
Every nIghtshelooks carefully atmy head.
ShestIll doesn'tdarecomeclose.
AtnIghtI canseethetownsquare.
SoI look.
It's huge.
Itcurves InthemIddle.
Sleepcomesonly atdawn.
Does Itever raIn?
Alongthewalls.
I thInkofyou,
butI nolongerspeakofIt.
Madwoman!
Madly In lovewIthyou.
My haIrgrows back.
I canfeel It wIth my hands, day by day.
I don'tcare.
Butstill,it'sgrowingback.
Doyouscream beforegoIng downtothecellar?.
No. I feel nothIng.
They'reyoung.
Theyshavemyheadcarefully tilltheyfinishthejob.
Theyhelieveit'stheirduty..
Areyouashamed forthem,mylove?
Youaredead.
I'mtoousysuffering.
Night falls.
I hear nothIng but thesound of thescIssorson my head.
Iteases thepaIn ofyour deatha bIt, lIke-
I don'tknowhowelsetosay It-
lIkefor my naIls...thewalls... my anger.
WhatpaIn!
WhatpaIn In my heart!
TheysIngthe MarseIllaIse all throughthetown.
NIght falls.
My dead lover Isanenemy of France.
Someonesayssheshould be paradedthroughtown.
Myfather's pharmacy Isclosed duetothedIsgrace.
I am alone.
Someof them arelaughIng.
I return homeatnIght.
Andthenoneday, my love, your eternIty comes toanend.
Yes.
AlongtIme. TheysaId It wasa longtIme.
Thecathedral hellsringat6:00 everyevening,summer andwinter.
Oneday I hearthem.
I rememberhavingheardthembefore.
Before, whenwewereinlove,
whenwewerehappy.
I begintosee.
I rememberhavingseenbefore,
whenwewereinlove,
whenwewerehappy.
I remember.
Iseetheink.
Iseethedayliight.
Iseemylife. Yourdeath.
Mylifethatgoeson, yourdeaththatgoeson.
Iseethat theshadowstakelonger toreachthecorners oftheroom
andthecorners ofthecellar..
Abouthalf pastsix..
Winterhasended.
It's horrible!.
I rememberyou lessand lessclearly.
GIvemesomethIngtodrink.
I begIntoforgetyou.
I trembleat forgettIngsuch love.
More.
Weweretomeetatnoon onthebanksof the LoIre.
I was toleavewIth hIm.
WhenIarrivedatnoon onthebanksoftheLoire,
hewasn'tquitedeadyet.
Someone hadfiredonhim fromagarden.
I stayed by hIs body all thatday
andall thefollowIng nIght.
ThenextmornIng, they came togethIm and puthIm Inatruck.
Neverswas lIberatedthatnIght.
Thecathedral bells rangand rang.
Hegrewcold beneath me, lIttleby lIttle.
HetooksolongtodIe!.
When?
I don'tknowexactly.
I was lying ontopofhIm.
ThemomentofhIsdeath actually escaped me,
becauseat thatmoment andevenafterwards-
yes, I canevensay afterwards-
I couldn't find theslIghtestdIfference
between hIsdead body and my own.
HIs body and mIne
seemedtometobe oneandthesame.
You understand? Hewas myfirstlove!.
Thenoneday I screamedagaIn,
sotheyputmebackinthecellar..
It waswarm.
Ithinkit wasthen thatmyhatredleftme.
I don'tscream anymore.
I becomereasonable.
Theysay, "She's becomereasonable."
OneholIday evenIng
they letmeout.
ThebanksoftheLoireatdawn.
Peoplecrossthebridge,
ingreaterorsmallernumbers, dependi ngonthehour,.
Fromafarthey'rerenobody..
Itisn'tlongafterthat
thatmymother tellsmeI must leaveforParisduringthenight.
Shegivesmesomemoney.
ItakeoffforParis onenightonabicycle.
It'ssummer,andthenightsarewarm.
WhenI get toParistwodayslater,
Hiroshimaisinallthepapers.
Myhairhasgrownback toadecentlength.
I'mamong thecrowdsinthestreet.
Fourteenyears havepassed.
I don'teven remember hIs handsverywell.
I stIll rememberthepaIna lIttlebIt.
TonIght?
Yes, I remember It tonIght.
Butoneday I wIll nolonger remember It.
Atall.
NothIng.
Tomorrowat thIs tIme
I'll bethousandsof mIles fromyou.
Doesyour husband knowthIsstory?.
SoI'm theonly one?
Yes.
I'm theonly onewhoknows!
BequIet.
It'ssonIcesometImes tobewIthsomeone!.
Yes.
Tell memore.
Tell me.
Inafewyears, when I haveforgottenyou,
andother adventures lIkethIsone
wIll happentome from sheerforceofhabIt,
I'll rememberyou as thesymbol oflove's forgetfulness.
I'll thInkof thIsstory asof thehorror of forgettIng.
I already knowIt.
Don't thIngseverstop atnIghtIn HIroshIma?
No, they neverstop.
I lIkethat.
CItIeswherethere'salways someoneawake,
day or nIght.
SometImeswehavetoavoIdthInking about theproblems lIfépresents.
OtherwIsewe'dsuffocate.
Getawayfrom me.
Thesun hasn'trisenyet.
We'll probably dIe wIthouteverseeIng eachother agaIn.
Yes, probably.
Unless, perhaps, oneday...
awar...
Yes.
A war.
Youthinkyouknow,
butno.
Never.
In heryouth In Nevers shehadaGerman love.
We'll goto Bavaria, my love,
andwe'll getmarried.
Sheneverwent to Bavaria.
Let thosewhoneverwent to Bavaria darespeaktoher oflove!.
Youwerenotquitedeadyet.
Itoldourstory.
Icheatedonyoutonight withthatstranger..
Itoldourstory.
Yousee,it wastheretotell.
FourteenyearssInceI'vetasted an ImpossIblelove!.
SInce Nevers.
LookhowI'mforgettingyou,
LookhowI'veforgotten you,
Lookatme.
I'mgoingtostayinHiroshima.
Withhim. Everynight.
InHiroshima.
I'mgoingtostayhere. Here.
Stay In HIroshIma.
Of courseI'll stay In HIroshIma
wIthyou.
I'm somIserable!.
I wasn'texpectIngthIsatall. You understand?
Goaway!.
I couldn'tpossIbly leaveyou.
Stay In HIroshImawIth me.
He'sgoingtowalktowardsme.
He'sgoingtotakemebytheshoulders.
He'sgoingtokissme.
He'sgoingtokissmeandI'lllbelost.
I meetyou,
I rememberyou,
Thiscitywastailor-made forlove.
Youfitmybodylikeaglove.
Whoareyou?You'redestroyingme.
Iwashungry..
Hungryforinfidelity,
for adultery, , forlies,
andfordeath.
Ialwayshavebeen.
I hadnodoubt you''dcrossmypathoneday.
Iwaitedforyoucalmly, withboundless impatience.
Devourme.
Deformmetoyourlikeness,
sothatnooneafteryou willever againunderstand
thereasonforsomuchdesire.
We'lllbealone,mylove.
Night will neverend.
Thedaywill neverdawnagain onanyone.
Never again.
Atlast.
You'restilldestroyingme.
You'regoodforme.
We'lll mournthedeparted day ingoodconscienceandwithgoodwi ll.
There'lllbenothingelseforustodo
butmournthedeparted day.
Timewill pass. Onlytime.
Andatimewillcome
whenwecannolonger name whatitisthatbindsus.
Itsnamewillgradual ly beerasedfromourmemory
untilitvanishes completely..
Perhaps there'sachanceyou'll stay.
You knowverywell.
Stayng Iseven moreImpossIble than leavIng.
A week.
Threedays.
TImeenoughforwhat?
TolIvefrom It?TodIefrom It?
TImeenoughtoknowwhIch.
ThereIs nosuchthIng.
NeIthertImeenoughtolIvefrom It, nortImeenoughtodIefrom It.
SoI don'tgIveadamn.
I would prefer you haddIed In Nevers.
Sowould I.
ButI dIdn'tdIeIn Nevers.
Nevers,youwhom I''dforgotten,
tonightI''dliketoseeyouagain.
Nightafternight, monthaftermonth, Isetyouafire
whilemybodywasablaze withhismemory..
Whilemybodyisstillablaze withthememory ofyou,
I''dliketoseeNeversonceagain.
TheLoire.
Lovelypoplar treesofNiévre,
I giveyouuptooblivion.
Dime-storeromance ,
Iconsignyoutooblivion.
Onenight withoutyou andIwaitedfordaytodeliiverme.
Onedaywithouthiseyesandshedies. theyounggirlfrom Nevers,
shameless younggirlfrom Nevers.
Onedaywithouthishands andsheknowsthepainoflove.
Sillylittlegirl
whodiedofloveinNevers.
Littlegirlfrom Nevers withshavenhead,
thisevening I relinquishyoutooblivion.
Dime-storeromance.
Asit waswithhim, forgettingwillbeginwithyoureyes.
Then,aswithhim, it willswallowyourvoice.
Then,aswithhim, it willconsumeyouentirely,,
littlebylittle.
Youwillbecome asong..
WhoIsshe?
A Frenchwoman.
What's thematter?.
She's leavIngJapan Ina lIttlewhIle.
We'resadathavIng toleaveeachother.
I hadtocome.
I'll forgetyou. I'm forgettIngyoualready!.
LookhowI'm forgettIngyou! Lookatme!.
That'syour name.
Yes, that's my name.
Andyour nameIs Nevers.
Nevers In France.
THE END
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