Director: Johannes Hammel
Persistently black & white, and in negative for ever. This caressing film transcends. (Based on a sci-fi story by Samuel R. Delany which tells the story between a 'spacer' and a 'frelk'...in a future world where bodies radiate.) The pulsating texture of buildings, plants, and rooms with their everyday objects, of bodies and life's movements is uncovered, like removing a transparent covering. This is the unveiling of the real to reveal film's sumptuous emulsion.
Before long, the unknown families' outings and coffee klatches, documented in the original home movies for themselves and thier children, will no longer be recognisable. In the same way as the memori… More »
Taken individually, Albert and Kathi seem tragic, losers, living hopelessly mundane lives on the fringe of society. They are an unlikely pair, Albert the ex-hobo and would-be-entertainer, and Kathi, … More »