by Sirio LUGINBÜHL
1969 / 8mm / color / mute / 1S / 13' 57
The film portrays the political environment between the end of the '60s and the beginning of the '70s in Italy. Images of a wandering young girl are alternated with those of a man's corpse in front of an industrial landscape. The man's corpse is a metaphor of the worker forced to work dehumanizing hours. The girl, on the other hand, is the symbol of innocence. This is Luginbühl's accusation directed at a passive and powerless society. However, hope is represented in the final sequences, where Luginbühl's child, Cecilia, is shown as the embodiment of future generations.
|distribution format||Digital file on server (HD)|
|screen||1,37 - Standard (single screen)|
|rental fee||54,00 €|