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The Horse Crucified and Risen / Film - The Horse Crucified and Risen (Horse Encyclopaedia) by Alexander Nevzorov

2 Subtitle: Part I

2.1      A. Nevzorov on screen: Actually, the conflict between the human and the horse dates back thousands of years. The relationship with such an amazing animal as a horse shows how stupid, merciless and cruel or, on the contrary, noble, kind and dignified a human can be. Unfortunately, at first we will consider the revolting case, because this is the one that is universally accepted and recognized - the case of cruelty. The best illustration to it is an ingenious book «The Gulliver’s Travels» by Jonathan Swift. As you remember, Gulliver finds himself in the country of Houyhnhnms – the country of horses. They enslaved Yahoos – foul, aggressive and lecherous creatures in which the humans can be easily recognized.

 

2.2       A. Nevzorov (off screen): Yahoos hate houyhnhnms and live on the thought of taking revenge against them. It is considered that the genius of Swift insulted the humanity with this book.

 

2.3       Swift (on screen): Those idiots, I mean the people who read books, have worried themselves rotten trying to prove that everything that is described in the Gulliver’s Travels – lilliputs, giants, houyhnhnms – is the lie and the product of imagination of a mad dean of the St. Patrick’s cathedral – Mister Jonathan Swift. They search for proofs. They search for the sting of the great wasp, they search for small sheep, they search and find nothing.
2.4                                   A.Nevzorov (off screen): As you can see, he is obviously jesting. He is directed by a childish resentment of a genius, who is explaining the obvious. But the obvious is so repulsive that no one is willing to accept it.

 

2.5                                    A.Nevzorov (on screen): However, Swift knew that for that one, who wished to understand, he would always be able to show his main proof.

 

2.6             Swift (on screen): It’s here, in the greenhouse. Let’s go, let’s go, let’s go.

 

2.7            A.Nevzorov (off screen): He continued to jest, show off and act the fool on
                 the way to the greenhouse, where his main proof, the one he was actually
                 going to show, was sitting chained.

 

2.8            Swift (on screen): The real Yahoo…

 

 2.9        A.Nevzorov (off screen): As it appeared, the Yahoo, who had already befouled the whole greenhouse, had his favorite toys, which gave him the utmost pleasure as nothing else could: a red riding jacket, a jockey cap and a whip. The Swift’s Yahoo had several very important occupations: to foul, to scratch, to gnaw at rotten head of a calf, ripping away parts of the hide. But, even when he was fouling, scratching, and ripping apart the head of the calf, he was waiting for long months, forgotten by everybody, when somebody would come and bring him the toys he enjoyed so much. The matter was not that he was so unbelievably disgusting, he was just quite ordinary and he was waiting. Waiting for his toys. He received them with admiration suffocated by happiness rising inside him. The creature was anxious. Watching him was disgusting, but amusing. No matter what you shouted to him at that moment, he didn’t perceive for he was truly happy. He was playing. The disgust he saw on the faces of the visitors only egged him on. He was playing, getting intoxicated and mad when he imagined  riding and ruling the Houyhnhnm,  who was the embodiment of striking kindness and nobleness in Swift’s great book.
2.10      Swift (on screen): Tell me, if the scoundrel who said: “The name Yahoo  sounds dignified” has already been born?. Poor Houyhnhms…

 

2.11       A. Nevsorov (off screen): It is just like that. The stories about the relationship between the human and the horse are just sweet stories. It’s not by accident that Yahoo presents himself to our eyes in a red redingote and a jockey cap. It is the sport, the so called equestrian sport, that has become the densest concentration of willingness and  ability of a human to torture a horse. 

 

2.12       A. Nevsorov (on screen): But we will get back to it a bit later. At first I would like to explain to you the purpose of all this iron junk – the junk of curbs and snaffles. The relationship between a human and a horse seems impossible without these gizmos. However, I will start a bit far off.

 

2.13          A.Nevzorov (off screen): France, the 17th century. Here a brilliant school of the most complicated and elaborate horse training, Haute Ecole, was established. It was created by three professionals: Antoine de Pluvinal – the author of treatise “The Instructions to a King”, Francois Guerinier - the author of “The Equestrian School” and Chevalier de Nestier. The latter is the least famous of the three, although he did more than the others, in particular, he invented the Spanish walk, the staple of  Haute Ecole.

 

2.14       A.Nevzorov (on screen): Among the rest of de Nestier’s inventions was that horrible but amazing ritual that every novice, who wanted to be trained by de Nestier, had to undergo.

 

2.15       A.Nevzorov ( off screen): The ritual consisted of the following: every novice had to put on a bridle specially made to fit a human head, while iron bit was installed in his mouth, that same bit that is placed into a horse’s mouth when it’s being reined by a rider. And then, either de Nestier himself or the senior pupils, who had already gone through the ritual in due time, took hold of the rein and worked the bit in a human mouth in the same way a human does it in the horse’s one. A de Nestier’s pupil had to be left with an ever-lasting memory of what kind of pain a horse feels during the so-called horse riding, no matter how professionally it is being done.
And, for sure, all those who had walked the Way of the Cross, who had walked the length of the Old Wall of Versailles   with bit in the mouth    remembered forever that taste of pain.

 

2.16      (De Nestier and his pupil are speaking French. A.Nevzorov interprets):

 

2.17      De Nestier: So, what does the bit taste like?

 

2.18     The pupil: It tastes like pain. 

 

2.19    A.Nevzorov (on screen): De Nestier is undoubtedly a genius. There exists a universal illusion that a horse in sport, in a cart, in the cavalry, is controlled by man, but it is not so. The horse is controlled by pain. The horse is stopped by pain, is turned by pain and, generally speaking, guided by pain. As a matter of fact, the whole history of horse-riding is the history of pain of the horse. It’s just that but it’s not customary to speak about it. And it all began in a very simple and very scary way. It began with a small ring.
       Many thousands years ago, in his desire to rule over the horse, a man used a ring, with which he pierced its nostrils, something like this, you see. Thus it breaks the horse’s nasal septum. Than two ropes were tied to the ring, and through the use of them it was possible to control a horse. This method was cruel and  crude   because the nasal septum  around the ring got badly injured and tore quickly and very soon the ring became absolutely ineffective. And then the man started to look for a more vulnerable and sensitive place in the horse’s body in order to control it. And he  found this place. That place turned out to be the mouth. And that was when the horse bit was invented – the term that is universal for all  languages, 

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