Mar 31 - Drømmeland
Coming Soon • 1m 50s
The 60-year-old Nils has turned his back on society and has taken his refuge in a small wooden cabin in the mountains of Norway. Despite his attempt to distance himself from the world, Nils brought his cellphone and is confronted with his urge to have contact with others. This documentary describes and observes how Nils is trying to find the balance between being in touch with nature, himself and his family. This film explores the question of durable contact, and how and with whom you can manage it.
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Apr 7 - Ahlan Wa Sahlan
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