A German Woman in England realizes there is more to being German than being German. In the film, a humorous and moving journey, we witness her dying to her country’s past. Story telling, symbolic imagery and montages of archive material are put together in a captivating mix. In the book autobiographical text, history and fiction work together in a cunning attempt to come to terms with the past.
This combined work of film-making and writing comes as both a DVD and beautifully presented book, hand-crafted by the artist.
idiolect books, Brighton. Book, 33 pages, 4 black and white images, 13cm x 20cm. DVD-PAL, 11 minutes.
This title has been recommended by Tehching Hsieh who is a Patron of the Live Art Development Agency.
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