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The new feat of cult Swedish director Roy Andersson is a humorous, yet melancholic kaleidoscope of stories on the beauty, cruelty and banality of existence. Reminiscent of Scheherezade’s tales, the narrator takes us on a journey through dreamlike landscape populated by lost souls in search of sincere human contact. About Endlessness is Andersson’s first film since completing his award-winning “Living Trilogy” (Songs from the Second Floor, You, the Living) with A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (ZFF 2014). The film premiered at Venice where it won the Silver Lion for best director.
Subtitles: HR, EN
The films are shown in NS Dubrava and KUC Travno without English subtitles.
Director whose trademark style includes precise, static frames, absurd humour and exceptional humanness. Hitting big in Sweden with his graduation film A Swedish Love Story, he gave up on filmmaking for 25 years after the flop of his second film. His big comeback arrived with the trilogy Songs from the Second Floor (2000), You, the Living (2007) and A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (2014).