Open Air Screenings (4)
Parisian trio NLF3 makes inventive rock, fascinating albums and are a great live band. The band has already played along various silent movies, such as for the unfinished masterpiece by Eisenstein, Que viva Mexico! Their last album came out in 2010 (Beautiful is the way to the world beyond), and they are back with the Finnish-American experimental guitarist Erik Minkkinen (Sister Iodine) to reinvent a world of sound for Golem.
Three handicapped teens leave to Spain for their first sexual experiences. Director Geoffrey Enthoven breaks some taboos without any pathos and with a good caustic sense of humour. Honest and touching.
Road movies and wide spaces are definitely not the privilege of American cinema. Belgian director Bouli Lanners proves it again. Three young kids find themselves on the roads of Wallonia. Like a tender and serious initiatory fairy-tale, the film tells the tale of the passage from childhood to adolescence, while questionning parental responsabilities. The big winner of this years' Magrittes.
‘I am not a number, I'm a free man!’This mythical outcry by Patrick Mc Goohan alias Nr 6 is known by everybody. He played the main character in the The Prisoner, one of the first avantgarde series from Britain due to the use of a certain form of aesthetics and the modernity of its themes. The series was aired at the end of the sixties.