Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

In the Basement

Saturday 25 a las 22:15 h

Panorama

Village Recoleta - Vicente López y Junín
Room: 6

Tickets sold out Functions

What is happening in the basements of Austria? In the wake of 2009’s infamous Fritzl case, even international media have been asking the question, but Ulrich Seidl tackled it way before –then had to put In the Basement on hold for several years to finish his epic Paradise trilogy (shown at Bafici ‘13). All for the better, since in typical Seidl fashion, this film has little to do with recent headlines, but a lot with the general mindset giving birth to such extremes. Down in the cellar, people indulge their fantasies, be it an S/M-couple or a little man rhapsodizing about the orgasmic projectile powers of his huge sperm load, a gun nut who loves to sing opera or a traditional brass group playing and drinking amidst their beloved historical devotionalia, especially of the Nazi sort... A tight, but associative montage of typical Seidl tableaux, in which the human and the grotesque, the comical and the troubling play out in subversive little melodies: You could call it the first full-fledged Seidl musical... with a vengeance, of course. CH


Título original: Im Keller
Spanish title: En el sótano
Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 81
Seconds: 0
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Team:

D, P: Ulrich Seidl  

G: Ulrich Seidl, Veronika Franz  

F: Martin Gschlacht  

E: Christoph Brunner  

S: Ekkehart Baumung  

CP: Ulrich Seidl Film Produktion


Contact:

Coproduction Office / Katapult Film Sales. Olimpia Pont Cháfer
T +33 1 5602 2600 +49 30 3277 7879
E info@coproductionoffice.eu
W coproductionoffice.eu - im-keller.at


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Village Recoleta Room: 10
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Village Recoleta Room: 6
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Ulrich Seidl Austria

He was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1952, and began his career working for TV. He directed several documentaries, including State of the Nation (2001) and Jesus, You Know (2003), the fiction films Dog Days (2001) and Import/Export (2007; Bafici ‘08), and the trilogy composed of Paradise: Love, Paradise: Faith and Paradise: Hope (2012), screene...



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