Tag: Keine Angst

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PEBBLES

In Pebbles, Lukas Stepanik is particularly sharp in his staging of a past that, in reality, never died, while at the same time making a careful and never ordinary analysis of the society and world in which we live. As part of the retrospective Keine Angst by the Filmarchiv Austria.

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JUST BEHIND THE DOOR

Mansur Madavi enjoyed surprising us, confusing us and making us completely identify with his protagonist. Just Behind the Door is a feature film that is both simple and complex at the same time. A feature film that treasures what has been made in the past, but nevertheless finds its own way, proving to be a true gem of Austrian cinema. As part of the retrospective Keine Angst by the Filmarchiv Austria.

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FEAR BLOWS WITH THE WIND

In Fear blows with the Wind, anguish is the common thread linking all the protagonists. Regardless of their age and social status. Manfred Kaufmann, for his part, has opted for an extremely realistic and essential directorial approach. Vienna is shown to us in a way that is quite different from the classic postcard images that are usually spread all over the world. As part of the retrospective Keine Angst by the Filmarchiv Austria.

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ICH ODER DU

Realism, minimalism, music and even, from time to time, a welcome irony make Ich oder Du a captivating feature film both from the point of view of the story itself and from the point of view of its staging. A perfect picture of 1980s Vienna magically comes to life on the movie screen. At the Viennale 2023, as part of the Filmarchiv Austria’s retrospective Keine Angst.

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SEA JOURNEY INTO THE NIGHT

Made in 1985, Sea Journey into the Night is an extremely topical and courageous feature film that takes a close look at the role of women within the society in which we live, resulting in a deep and never banal reflection not only on patriarchy, but also – and above all – on the importance of loving oneself. At the Viennale 2023, as part of the Filmarchiv Austria’s retrospective Keine Angst.

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FEAR

In Fear, a realistic and highly innovative directorial approach in which there is very little and essential dialogue ties in well with splatter scenes that are so reminiscent of 1980s Italian horror cinema, but which nonetheless find their own fulfillment here, revealing a strong, well-marked personality. At the Viennale 2023, as part of the Filmarchiv Austria’s retrospective Keine Angst.