The last preparations for the season at a small hotel on the North Sea coast. Managed by an elderly lady and maintained by her only employee, who’s not quite so young either, this house is stuck in some early 1960s style.
At one point in this essay about documentary staging someone says: “You move into a film like you move into a house.” Whether you feel comfortable there, however, depends on many small, sometimes unnoticeable things.
A highly original and bold examination of the Holocaust. On the one hand there are two survivors who found a new home in South Africa after the end of the war – in a country that practiced racial segregation even then.