What makes up a democracy? What is so attractive about authoritarian regimes? Can violence sometimes be legitimate?
Director Piet Arfeuille brings together various generations and makes them think out loud; he creates a seventies imagery that simultaneously feels modern and current.
Being radical is cool … or so it seems in these times. But maybe the real dialogue is one that doesn’t deliver answers, but that asks questions and opens up our thinking.
A story about the right or the duty to clarify your point of view, about moral compasses and how they sometimes lose their way, about broccoli, phone ringing and plenty of alcohol.
*Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1945-1982): ground-breaking filmmaker who used his films to address the divisions in German society. Created 42 films in a span of 14 years. An intense love life fuelled by alcohol and drugs resulted in an untimely death.