As Rainer Werner Fassbinder wrote in 1982, his prose does "document, after all that it is one of his chief aims to call every kind of institution into question, particularly those of the state.
Blue Moon, the song once identified with the voice of Elvis Presley, refers to a phase of the moon that might never actually appear: just as things can often go with love.
He is described, as a young man, as Adornos favorite son Oskar Negt.
The images that one sees in this sequence are filmed through glass panels made by the artist Kerstin Braetsch in New York.
Adorno introduced him 1958 to Fritz Lang for whom Kluge worked as an assistant on the making of Der Tiger von Eschnapur, 1959.