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The Mess We Make + Shorts
Hannah Papacek Harper, Giuseppe Petruzzellis, Fabio Marin, Allard Detiger - Frankrijk/Italië/Nederland - 2023 - 99 min.
Het Ghent Viewpoint Documentary Film Festival komt terug! Van maandag 17 tot zondag 23 april 2023 kunt u weer elke avond terecht in Studio Skoop voor documentaires uit België en alle hoeken van de wereld. Tickets zijn online en aan de kassa verkrijgbaar voor slechts 6 euro per vertoning. Achteraf krijgt u een gratis drankje in het Skoop Café, want deze films kunnen niet zonder nabespreking!
This Viewpoint Documentary Film Festival screening features 3 films (original versions with English subtitles).
‘Vegetative’ (France) by Hannah Papacek Harper
‘Vegetative’ is a short visual poem; an experimental video which was created during the first Covid19 lockdown in spring 2020. This abstract piece plays with text and video and brings a dreamlike inner space into being. It explores the rapport toward nature and intimacy that we were forced to change abruptly. Running time: 00:00:47.
‘Forget Me Not’ (Italy) by Giuseppe Petruzzellis, Fabio Marin
Gilda is a middle aged woman, mother and wife. One day she realizes she’s having problems setting the table. These are her first symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Through family footage and poetic visions, the stages of her illness become a stream of images on the breach of oblivion. Running time: 00:12:30.
‘The Mess We Make’ (Netherlands) by Allard Detiger
After twenty years of minimal contact with his borderline mother, filmmaker Allard Detiger is called by the police. His mother’s neighbours have been complaining. Her house is totally neglected, and professional help is needed immediately. From that moment onwards, Allard feels responsible to make sure that his mother receives professional care, but he gets increasingly entangled in the trauma of his own childhood. As his mother’s condition deteriorates, the walls that he had built between them fade. Allard is forced to take a critical look at himself, and face his own trauma, to prevent him from passing it on to his young daughter. Filmed over a period of more than 10 years, ‘The Mess We Make’ is an intimate documentary about a child’s struggle to be independent from a parent who won’t let go. Running time: 01:25:00.