In Angelo, through the story of an individual, the director staged the complicated – and sadly topical – theme of diversity, taking the opportunity to develop a lucid and merciless analysis of society and – more generally – of humanity, regardless of the century in which we live.
Joy shows us reality as it is, without sugarcoating anything, and yet is able to play skilfully with the viewer’s emotions even when (not) showing us the many episodes of violence the girls suffer.
The intimate, painful, deeply introspective Introduzione all’Oscuro is, according to the author, the most “spooky” film he has ever made. A film of light, shadows, now clearly defined, now irremediably blurred images.
Austrian cinema and its authors, in the context of well-known and lesser-known film festivals outside Austria.