|29.02. / Wednesday, 22:00 - 00:00 Theatre 4|
This film opens the forbidden doors to the darker side of the human psyche.
Michael Krotkiewski, born in 1980 in Sweden, has background in journalism, political science and film studies. He has directed several short films of which ‘Civil Disobedience’ was shown on Swedish National Television (SVT) and ‘I Dreamed about Pol Pot’ (with Julia Stanislawska) was selected to compete at IDFA for best mid length documentary (2009). His graduation film from Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, '9 Scenes of Violence' was selected to compete at the worlds most renowned documentary filmfestival, IDFA.
9 SCENES OF VIOLENCE
2011, 33', color, video
Ahang Bashi, Erik Andersson
Lars Siltberg, Michael Krotkiewski
Michael Krotkiewski, PeÅ Holmquist
Krotkiewski Film, Dramatiska Institutet
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Humans abuse, kill and harass each other. Violence is a potential force whitin all of us. It is a force that can explode suddenly, or develop over time. In this documentary film, people return to the moment when impulse transcended into action, and when their lives - or someone else's life - were forever changed. Without explanatory circumstances, this film opens the forbidden doors to the darker side of the human psyche.
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