We do not see in Louis van Beethoven a composer at work. We do not witness the creative process that led to the birth of some of his most famous compositions. Not the end result, but what, fundamentally, led to it. An undoubtedly winning idea, which, however, made Niki Stein’s feature film an excessively dispersive work, in which the director himself seems too cold towards his protagonist and his works.
No one is really innocent in Life eternal. And even if past faults come to the surface, we gradually discover that those whom we initially considered to be completely negative, also have a tender and friendly nature after all.
Enriched by sporadic animation inserts, Gipsy Queen leaves many questions open and deliberately does not give the audience definitive answers. On the contrary, as we approach the finale, it increasingly takes on a symbolic and at times surreal connotation.
Brothers of the Wind by Gerardo Olivares and Otmar Penker is a timeless tale that has several elements that make it rhetorical and sappy.