BAFTA Award winning short from FilmFour's Short and Curlies series: a housing worker in Scotland visits three council homes in a day and finds unexpected dark comedy behind the door of each place he visits. The director shoots in a desolate urban landscape, wittily filming the segues like a patronising stranger finding beauty in poverty in a third world village - a drunk man seems to dance when he tries to shake a newspaper from his foot; children play in the sparkling spray of a burst water pipe and all to a soundtrack of mournful but upbeat Klezmer music . Witty, warm and darkly comic, the film deserves the recognition it attracted at various film festivals.
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Firn di Mekhutonim Aheym
Performed by Itzhak Perlman
and The Klezmer Conservatory Band
on In the Fiddler's House - EMI Classica See more