Matiss Zelcs is trying to find woman which he did ignore and who was about to jump off the bridge last night. Police don't want to continue investigation as no body was found, however Matiss is on his way to start his own investigation.
Salah, an Israeli-Arab enterpriser, strives to bring happiness for the children of the Arab sector in Israel by opening a new chain of candy stores. 'The Firm', an Israeli corporation ... See full summary »
Revisits of locations on the Great Hungarian Plain - the puszta - that were used in Tarr's Sátántangó and Werckmeister harmóniák. Recitations of short lyric poems by Hungary's national poet Sándor Petofi. The film is shot in color.
A masterful documentary by one of the most original contemporary film makers. I saw this film at the Berlin international film festival. It is a layered and incongruous work that captures the lives of the inhabitants of the country, most of them are the women of Armenia. It is also the story of a Canadian Armenian returning to her imagined homeland to see what it is really like. The film's images are at times surreal, at times melancholic, defiant and celebratory. Seeing it inspired me to visit the country. A complex and beautifully nuanced work. The editing is highly polished, the soundtrack moving, the camera work is outstanding. What draws you in above is the honesty of the images and director's iconoclastic vision.
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