Fatum (Room 216)

  • Ramon Gieling
  • Netherlands, The
  • 2017
  • 74 min
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Fatum is both a documentary and a compiled narration; the film’s spine consists out of the archive of a interrrogation between a police officer and a suspect. But it is embedded by a man and a woman rehearsing a piece for cello and violin and images of guilty places. The two soloists seem to be a variation on the forced assembly of the two men, condemned to be together for hours in the same room. Their music is the soundtrack of an interrogation that becomes more unbearable every minute. The film explores the ethical and moral issue of sexuality as a destructive force and the dark area that penetrates a human being when he crosses the thin line between humanity and inhumanity ...

Credits

Director
Ramon Gieling
Production
Ramon Gieling for Thinking out Loud Productions
Involved TV Channel
VPRO

Contact

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Ramon Gieling for Thinking out Loud Productions
Festival Handling
Ramon Gieling for Thinking out Loud Productions

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Spoken languages
English

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