PLOT: Nicolas Klotz and Elisabeth Perceval’s works break down the boundaries between countries, languages and genres. Their new film mixes documentary, acting, dance and song to counteract a “politics of tracking” and advocate a radical change of approach. From the story, of a Brazzaville slave who must follow his master into death, to that of a Senegalese exile who finds himself reincarnated in Barcelona, to the trance of the Bela Vista carnival. When the House Burns Down is a visual poem that celebrates the collective dimension of life.
1.63GB | 1h 45m | 1280×720 | mkv