Desperate to return home from a state visit to Istanbul when his country suffers its worst-ever political crisis, but unable to fly due to a solar storm, the King of the Belgians finds himself on a tumultuous road trip across the Balkans.
Peter Van den Begin,
Titus De Voogdt
Holiday bus driver Mario has spent his entire life shuttling old age pensioners to the sunny south with his own travel company 'Paradise Trips'. Today, on the verge of his own retirement, ... See full summary »
A middle-aged woman, traumatized from the death of her adulterous lover, moves into a room at a New Orleans boarding house where the blind landlord becomes suspicious to her activities of continuing her affair with her dead lover.
at first sigh,a poem. influences from Camus, Tarkovski,Ionesco, Paradjanov. in fact, a great film .first for its simplicity. than - for the levels of stories. a crisis. its ambiguous roots. the bitter fruits. and solutions. a movie like a warning. in fact, only testimony. about the escape from a strange form of reality. its basic virtue - to remember. the ancient Greek tragedy silhouettes. the literature of crisis - La Peste and Rhinoceros first. and the deep manner to translate fear and hope. in the air of precise music.the performance seems be only a sketch. the beauty of image - basic clue. a film of silence and reflection. and example of wise use of symbols.
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