Filmforum, Germany 2021, 20 Min., ger. OV, engl. st
Artists stand at easels along the idyllic banks of the Peene, the Trebel, and the Tollense rivers, painting the picturesque landscape. In 1945, shortly before the Red Army entered the city of Demmin in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, inhabitants committed mass suicide. What might a moral and aesthetic confrontation with this legacy look like? How can the beauty of a landscape that is imbued with trauma be represented in art?
Director Tom Salt
Screenplay Tom Salt
Producer Tom Salt
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