Landscape in the Mist by T. Angelopoulos Pre-view + Zoom Debate
Winner of 45th Venice film festival. The cinema poet Angelopoulos as a contemporary Homer tells us the moving odyssey of two children, Voula and Alexandros, who embark on a makeshift journey to Germany, in search of their father never seen in their childhood. A father loved and desired in the depths of their hearts, but never met since their birth, not even in photos. A father imagined in their tender childhood dreams. A wonderful film, an absolute Masterpiece, which slaps a world unable to give the right attention to the universe of children. A cynical, ruthless, deaf and blind world. Two children traveling alone with their dreams but vulnerable to the merciless lessons of life, of which Voula will be the first to taste the sourness. A film that deeply touches and empathically makes any viewers the inevitable donor of that lost love desperately sought by the little protagonists.
The mist becomes a metaphor for human filth, and what is glimpsed beyond, a ray of demiurgic hope for the whole of humanity
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V.O. Greek subtitled english
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