I love Eliseo Subiela's films.
Particularly Man Facing Southeast,
The Dark Side of The Heart,
and Don't Die Without Telling Me Where You're Going.
And I love it,
when in The Dark Side movies,
the protagonist Oliverio approaches a woman in a bar
"I don't care if a women has breasts like magnolias
or like dried out prunes.
Or skin like a peach,
or like sandpaper.
I could care less if in the morning her breath is like an aphrodisiac,
or if it's like an insecticide.
I'd be more than willing to accept a nose
that would win first prize at a carrot show.
But there's one thing.
I'm very strict about this.
I will not permit, under any circumstances,
a woman who can't fly."