Wunderland is both a bitter and tender tale. A little, sincere film that with disarming realism shows us the first, important encounter with the world around us and its difficulties. Dreams are the mirror of our fears. But, perhaps, the love of parents can make us forget everything, even if only for a moment.
Die Revolution frisst ihre Kinder tells us an important chapter in the history of Burkina Faso in the unusual form of the mockumentary, for a highly complex and layered work in which art and politics are constantly intertwined, inevitably merging with each other, without leaving the audience time to realise where the mise-en-scene ends and reality begins.