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I Want (No) Reality: Needcompany on Life and Art (2012)

The necessity of art, the price you have to pay for it and the search for the long forgotten secret of having a good life.

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Grace Ellen Barkey ...
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Anneke Bonnema ...
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Hans Petter Dahl ...
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Misha Downey ...
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A personal story from a young Polish filmmaker Ana Brzezinska about the necessity of art, the price you have to pay for it and the search for the long forgotten secret of having a good life. A sensual and entertaining glimpse at a 5-year relationship of the director with a unique international theater ensemble Needcompany - a group of people dedicated to following their own vision of reality and willing to take all the risks and consequences it's going to take. Written by Piotr Mularuk

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€25,000 (estimated)
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Benoit Gob: When I saw a show by Jan Lauwers, I finally reconciled with the theatre.It was exactly the way I had always imagined it to be. I saw people, not actors, and that changed everything.
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