‘Breath’ by Samuel Beckett, dir: Damien Hirst

by Brendan Strong

Love this. ‘Breath’ by Beckett, directed by Damien Hirst (he who made headlines auctioning his work). This works for me by its sheer visual power, and the breath itself; what sounds like a final, desperate breath. I also love the fact that the credits take up more time than the actual “Breath”. Seriously. I bet they did that on purpose. Because to eplain anything takes longer than to experience it.