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Hartley, H. (2012). The Seventh Art in the Sanatorium. Att: New Dir. in Psychother. Relat. Psychoanal., 6(1):69-70.

(2012). Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 6(1):69-70


The Seventh Art in the Sanatorium

Heather Hartley

Louis Lumière was on the board of directors of a sanatorium near Lyon and most likely donated films including “Heavy Weather on the Sea, No 2” to the institution to show patients.

News dispatch from French Consulate

I Turn of the Century

When menstruation was alarming and Mesmer all the rage,

when hysterical women were locked away—

forced flowers in a hot house, les fleurs du mal

when one was sane or insane with nothing

in between but a doctor' pince-nez,

the Lumière brothers, gods of the seventh art,

sat on the board of a sanatorium and made decisions about madness.

II Heavy Weather on the Sea, No 2

As the sea swells on a painted screen,

patients sit in the false night

and remember their lives by and by—

the stream by the path, the sea at large.

Metal chairs scrape, the room grows hot.

Clouds move in with thunder and rain. Lightning in eyes.

They could easily drown in thought.

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