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Der Glücksschneider is a real gem within Austrian cinema. A short film that, while treasuring what was made in the meantime in the rest of the world (and, specifically, American slapstick comedies), nevertheless seeks its own way.



The movie screen is totally white. On the sides you can clearly see the holes of the film. And suddenly, in L’Arrivée we find ourselves right in a station. A train, as in the Lumière film, is about to arrive. What will happen next?



In Syntagma by VALIE EXPORT, the great protagonist is the woman’s body and its relationship with the reality around it. The body that, each time, adapts to different contexts, to different forms. The body that only thanks to cinema has the possibility of “freeing itself”, of finding many new and unexpected declinations, of discovering a new self.