Brothers, Let Us Be Merry (Mozart Minute 16)
Brothers, let us be merry, bravely defy your troubles is from the slaves song in Mozarts Zaide. It accompanies two dimly lit men indulging in a purposeless pleasure: They masturbate as if someone had ordered them to get in the mood and enjoy themselves. In the consummation of lust the film anticipates the hangover which turns Nietzsches claim that all joy wants eternity into an eternally unfulfilled utopia. Not even Mozart can do anything about that.
Brüder, laßt uns lustig sein (Mozart Minute 16)