Fontaine De Vaucluse

Germany / 2001 / 62 minutes / NR

The compelling landscape of varied elements and the play and changes of light on the scene captures how the seasons radically alter the view. An abstract impression, reflecting nature, can appeal to the viewers’ visual, spatial and temporal imagination, as opposed to representing reality. Images became notes, and thus the film, through montage, became a visual composition. No statements are made, neither the residents nor the tourists are interviewed. People are treated like the flowing water, roaring past as a mass.

Wolfgang Lehmann, Florian Krautkramer
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