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Caryatid Row

DIR: Andreas Wutz
2008 / Germany, Spain / 12 min

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Point of origin of the film are documentary and semidocumentary film footages of people reading in the trams of Prague. Their reading seems to relieve them from their real environment transforming it and transporting them into another world that runs parallel to the habitual one. Thus Prague could also lie at the sea and this morning could be as golden as the morning in Cannery Row by John Steinbeck. And the happiness could be so big that it releases even the caryatids on the passing facades from their ancient, heavy burden.

About

Director Andreas Wutz
Screenplay Andreas Wutz
Dir. of Photography Andreas Wutz
Editing Andreas Wutz
Music Jean-Philippe Rameau
Sound Andreas Wutz
Duration 12 min
Year 2008
Country Germany, Spain
Colour Colour
Tags cities, experimental, literature
Production Andreas Wutz
Andreas Wutz
Address:  C/Blasco de garay 40, 5°-1
City:  08004 Barcelona
Country:  Spain
Web:  tortoisebox.org/andreaswutz
E-mail:  
Phone:  +34-93-6720664
Cell phone:  +34 617 166 574

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