Seven stories. Seven seemingly banal conversations which gradually get more and more intense and urgent. Seven psychological analyses of everyday situations which create an anthropological mosaic of today’s society. A mechanically precise analysis of microcosms which never seem to intersect. Forest – I See You Everywhere is a return and an answer to Fliegauf’s debut which uses the same raw documentary-like methods to analyse the nature of human existence.
This native of Budapest gained his experience as an assistant director and a sound engineer. He never studied film. His directorial debut was Forest (2003), which resonates in his latest film. This festival favourite who already has awards from Berlinale and Locarno under his belt claims that his greatest inspiration is Béla Tarr. Forest – I See You Everywhere competed in Berlin this year and Lilla Kizlinger won an award for Best Supporting Performance.
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