Passion - Between Revolt and Resignation
- Anthropocene: The Hour of the Furnaces
|Synopsis||The movie shows the painful fact, that our world today is not what many of us dreamed it to be 50 years ago. Episodes from the author‘s life clash with pictures of the present; they narrate how the generation of 1968, vehemently fighting for their ideals, is now struggling to stay connected to these ideals. Texts by KAFKA, BRECHT, ZIZEK, MEINHOF and the music of BACH's St. Matthew Passion open the author’s view to the capitalist jungle that spans all five continents and the madness of a world suffering from global warming, war, overconsumption, refugee crises, and inequality.|
Christian LABHART 크리스티안 라브하르트He is a director and writer, known for Appassionata (2012), Giovanni Segantini - Magic of Light (2015), and Passion - Between Revolt and Resignation.