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DIR: Dieter Fahrer, Bernhard Nick
2000 / France, Italy, Switzerland / 90 min

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He sets his easel up towards the end of the valley near the waterfall, to linger, observe and paint. Just to be there, in the power of natural light. His house, the centre of his existence and his hearth in the winter months, stands at the edge of the forest. Paris, “Ville lumière”. A man. A woman. Both actors. Both blind. Blind in a blinding-dazzling world. Hearing in darkness. Seeing in darkness. Keeping alert. A play of shadowy figures emerges from the darkness towards the light, into the light: a playing child that knows only the present and in it recognises the wonderful “now” in which all things exist. A film about light, seeing and perception.

About

Director Dieter Fahrer, Bernhard Nick
Screenplay
Dir. of Photography Dieter Fahrer
Editing Maya Schmid, Stephan Ribi
Music Werner Aeschbacher, Tini Hägler, Bernhard Nick, Victoria Givre, Victoria Givre
Sound Balthasar Jucker
Duration 90 min
Year 2000
Country France, Italy, Switzerland
Colour
Tags disabilities, poetic, visual arts
Production Balzli & Fahrer GmbH
Balzli & Fahrer GmbH
Address:  Altenbergstrasse 16
City:  CH-3013 Bern
Country:  Switzerland
E-mail:  
Phone:  +41 313 3294 38

Distribution Balzli & Fahrer GmbH
Balzli & Fahrer GmbH
Address:  Altenbergstrasse 16
City:  CH-3013 Bern
Country:  Switzerland
E-mail:  
Phone:  +41 313 3294 38

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