JUDITH JUILLERAT



Your favourite virtue ::
integrity

Your favourite qualities in a man ::
sensitiveness, intuition, passion, curiosity, trustworthiness, humbleness

Your favourite qualities in a woman ::
combativeness, intelligence, passion, curiosity, trustworthiness, humbleness

Your favourite occupation ::
dreamer

Your idea of happiness ::
self-belief

Your idea of misery ::
self-destruction

If not yourself, who would you be ::
a cat

Where would you like to live ::
in every place i discover and that i love

Your favourite colour and flower ::
a lot of colours except blue, and all the flowers except geranium

Your favourite prose authors ::
alberto moravia, lou andreas salomé, j. g. ballard... but i prefer essay authors

Your favourite poets ::
stéphane mallarmé, rainer maria rilke, olivier cadiot...

Your favourite heroes in fiction ::
johnny in mike leigh's 'naked'

Your favourite heroines in fiction ::
nadine in zulawski's 'l'important c'est d'aimer'

Your favourite painters and composers ::
gustav klimt, rené magritte, istvan sandorfi, ray caesar...
liszt, rachmaninov, syd barrett, robert wyatt...

Your favourite heroes in real life ::
men who move me

Your favourite heroines in real life ::
women who move me

What character(s) in history do you most dislike ::
too many...

Your favourite food and drink ::
indian food, chestnut purée, ice-cream. yellow wine, capucinno, absinthe

Your favourite names ::
those that fit somebody well

Your pet peeve (something that easily annoys you)::
can i say maggots ?

The change you most anticipate::
change of scenery

A gift of nature which I would like to have ::
flying

How I would like to die ::
without a single regret

What is your present state of mind ::
impatient

Of what fault are you most tolerant ::
tactlessness

Your favourite motto ::
all or nothing

27 mai 2008

Judith Juillerat is a musician.

website :: Judith Juillerat

photo by Nuvola Ravera

:: the questionnaire is based on the original "questionnaire of marcel proust", created by antoinette faure around 1890