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Oswalt Kolle Dein Kind ” das unbekannte Wesen 1970

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Naturism on the island of Sylt in the North Sea, naked children, Kolle, and a real birth. Be frank sex education for young people, especially teenagers. Shame the outdated and lit (think) images are from the hippie era. More than twenty years later with new text and comments and reassembled (and a little shortened) for broadcast on TV, but it does not. (google translated) Continue reading

Thief or Reality 2001

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Angelidi”s highly theatrical, experimental and allegorical film is divided into three independently existing segments that intertwine because of the involvement of the Thief, the connecting link between the three reality perspectives. The three segments are The Net, The Dice and Free Will, each one representing a philosophical idea and a natural element, (Fate-Fire, Chance-Water, Free Will-Earth), respectively. A sculptress of funereal memorials has visions of the Last Judgment, a mother who lost her son attaches herself to remnants of memory and fantastical visions of encounters, and an actor prepares for Antigone, with fictional reality invading his existential realm. The film explores the different levels of reality that can be experienced: the metaphysical (Death, God and religion), the tangible (love and mother-son relationships), and the externalization of the soul through art (theater and fiction). The Thief stands for Time, as time is a thief and destroys everything. Continue reading

Baby Bump 2015

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11-year-old Mickey House is no longer a child. But who is he? He doesn”t know. He”s friendless. He doesn”t understand his mother. He hates what”s happening to his body. Reality and imagination come together in a toxic mix. Events escalate to extremes, at home and at school. Mickey has to find the strength within him to put a stop to what”s begun. Where will his encounter with his own maturing body take him? Growing up, not for kids. Continue reading