Sweden, Finland, 2002, 80’
Directors: Kristian Petri, Jan Röed, Johan Söderberg
Production: Charon Film AB, Kristallisilmä Oy, Svenska Filminstitutet (SFI)
SELECTIONS AND AWARDS
Guldbagge Awards (2003)
Three Swedish documentary makers drag us into a world characterized by noise in all possible forms, and during the trip a plethora of themes are subjects for speculation arise: robots, shintoism, love hotels, the ethical guidelines for a photo club operating in Mount Fuji. All of this is presented by a handful of people as eccentric photographers, noise artists, shinto priests, doctors, game designers, and more.
BIOGRAPHIES OF DIRECTORS
Scriptwriter and director Kristian Petri, cameraman and director Jan Röed, and director Johan Söderberg are key names in the world of Swedish documentary filmmaking and experimental film. Kristian Petri’s films have won awards at Cannes (“Once Upon a Time”, “The Crack”). Petri and Röed teamed up previously to make “Tong Tana” and “Atlanten”, Söderberg is a member of the film and multi-media group Lucky People Center (Lucky People International).
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