Samy Szlingerbaum – Bruxelles-transit (1982)

Bruxelles-transit (1982)
Fictional re-enactments about the early years in Belgium of the director’s parents, Jewish immigrants from Poland, and scenes taken in modern Brussels in this elliptical experimental feature.
Quote:
“This is the threnody of rootlessness and marginality, set in the neighbourhood of the Brussels Midi Station. ‘their area, their burrow, their kingdom – today I still have the impression that they are camping there’ (S. Szlingerbaum). The 80 minutes of the film avidly probe this past of his mother’s memories via the voice-over, songs, whispered confidences and a handful of fictional scenes also in Yiddish, ‘a language which is dying out as its last speakers are lost in the city,’ in the words of the director.” – René Michelems.

Bruxelles-transit (1982)

2.92GB | 1h 17m | 1792×1080 | mkv

https://nitro.download/view/6051B0B1D99666C/Samy_Szlingerbaum_-_Bruxelles-transit_(1982).mkv
or
https://tezfiles.com/file/388760100d447/Samy_Szlingerbaum_-_Bruxelles-transit_%281982%29.mp4

Language(s):Yiddish and French
Subtitles:English, French, Dutch

About admin

One comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.