Homemad(e) is a precious document of a world that was and a world that is. A journey through 20th-century Viennese history, through a series of images, faces and testimonies of those who, mindful of a sometimes painful past, have decided to tell their stories about Vienna entering a new millennium.
Dämonische Leinwände doesn’t want to take itself seriously at all, it doesn’t want to add anything to what has been made in the past, but presents itself – if one can say so – as a true love declaration to one of the most beloved film genres of all time. All this also with a welcome humour.
An extraordinary feeling of calm pervades the whole The Sea you have to love. And this particular contemplative mood mirrors a reality at risk that, one day, precisely because of the pollution of the seas, could risk disappearing forever.
Robin’s Hood has successfully traced an exhaustive and passionate fresco of a reality unknown to most. All in all, a good and well balanced work, with several moments of suspense alternating with much ‘lighter’ scenes. A worthy tribute to a reality that, unfortunately, was over all too soon.