Bending Diogenes

Ernest Gusella

1982, 60:00 minutes, colour, English


Bending Diogenes is a lamentation on modern "siphilization," with its promises and dreams for a bigger and better life. It questions modern man's motives and conditions, while introducing the teachings of Diogenes, the founder of the Cynic School of Philosophy, of ancient Greece.

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