Posts Tagged ‘Dietrich Brüggemann’

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Stations of the Cross (Dietrich Brüggemann, 2014)

November 26, 2014

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Stations of the Cross is made up of 14 segments, each filmed in a single long and often static take, where meticulous compositions and dry performances drive a biting look at fundamentalist Catholicism and domineering parenting, as well as the surrounding secular society that fails to properly intervene when one young girl takes the notion of sacrifice for following God’s will too far…

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EIFF 2014: Stations of the Cross (Dietrich Brüggemann, 2014)

June 24, 2014

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Stations of the Cross is made up of 14 segments, each filmed in a single long and often static take, where meticulous compositions and dry performances drive a biting look at fundamentalist Catholicism and domineering parenting, as well as the surrounding secular society that fails to properly intervene when one young girl takes the notion of sacrifice for following God’s will too far…

Click for the full review for The Skinny