Movie: Morte a Venezia [1971] Movie: Morte a Venezia [1971]

Gustav von Aschenbach:
I remember we had one of these in my father's house. The aperture through which the sand runs is so tiny that... that first it seems as if the level in the upper glass never changes. To our eyes it appears that the sand runs out only... only at the end... and until it does, it's not worth thinking about... 'til the last moment... when there's no more time left to think about it.

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