Cinequest 1991 closes with perhaps its most extraordinary work, Feldberg, a film of exceptional beauty and sensitivity. Instead of manipulating us into an emotional state, Pilz brings us an opportunity to authentically...展开experience human relations and our natural surroundings and thus to discover genuine feeling.
In this evocative work, we hear and see the interactions of a man and a woman in a pristine forest. We gain a sense of intimacy with them and nature. Suddenly we leave the worries of our scattered lives and begin to remember the primal elements of existence: earth, wind, fire, water, people, creation. This epiphanic process demands a patience and an almost meditative state, but it is so worth the effort – just as a journey a mountain meadow requires some effort in order to find its treasures.
We leave the traditions of narrative for a more open approach to cinema. There are suggestions and onsets of a storyline, but almost everything remains a mystery for our encountering. This is a film that will allow you to observe and exist, without anxiety, without demands, and it allows you a rare glimpse into the life of things.