KimStim • 1h 42m
Directed by Nikolaus Geyrhalter • Documentary • 2011 • 90 minutes
Western standard of living and the urge to exclude others from it are at the core of this film. Entirely shot at night, Geyrhalter takes us on a very personal journey through Europe and the structures that guarantee our “civilized” world. Sometimes darkness can help us see things more clearly.
"An artful amalgam of perfectly framed, seemingly disconnected moments." —The New York Times
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