Honest, sincere, at times even rather ironic and not hesitating to mock – always remaining politically correct, of course – the powers-that-be, Davos, by Daniel Hoesl and Julia Niemann, makes contemplative silences and a total absence of the two directors in front of the camera the ideal approach.
Soldier Jane, the debut feature by young Daniel Hoesl, is the mirror of the present day. The mirror of a world in which money plays a key role. The mirror of a world in which a return to the past can sometimes seem the only way to live happily. The mirror of a world in which, nevertheless, the idea of a wealthy and gratifying life continues to have a certain appeal.