Souls of a River
Souls of a River
Friday, 09.12.2022 |
20:30
Top Kino Saal 1

Rahlgasse 1 (corner of Theobaldgasse)
1060 Vienna

Synopsis

Chris Krikellis takes us to his former home country, Greece, but the journey goes far beyond his memories. At the border towns of the river Evros, which lies between Turkey and Greece, he talks to a pathologist who examines the bodies of refugees who tried to cross the river and drowned. Relentlessly yet sensitively, the fates and traces of people are interwoven with waving fields, foaming water, and abandoned villages, asking questions about war, home, belonging, and humanity.

Film-Stills

Overview

Topics
environmental change // changing environment
Competitions
Austrian Competiton
Austrian-Premiere

Supporting programme

After the film there will be a Q&A with the filmmaker.

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