A woman on the shoreline looking into the distance is the starting point of several magnetic sequences - each one different but all interconnected – in 16mm black and white film, using a single shot and in-camera techniques, and chemically manipulating the film.
The intimate diary of a collective repression which, through the author’s voice and memories, recounts the rebellion of third-generation service droids against the hegemony of the human race.
Two outlaws make ends meet by conducting robberies for a number of environmental organizations. Their relationship begins to falter. They live in a house in the country and, like animals, are in search of the purest freedom.
Ida lives by herself in a condominium and has made life unbearable for her neighbors: they are overrun by the countless pigeons which the kind woman attracts and feeds. Without the company of the birds, Ida’s life is destined to change.
The film explores the concept of death through a post-humanist lens; the way people understand and perceive the other, the animal, changes the moment its death is encountered, switching from marvel to aversion.
Danilo and Laura are newly-weds who have chosen to go to India on their honeymoon. This is the start of their spiritual journey, an interior pathway to address the future with greater serenity.
“Sogno l’amore” is a song and a film, and Andrea Laszlo De Simone is the singer and the director. The film has a flavor of times gone by; it delicately portrays memories, dreams and pangs of love, completing and illustrating the same-titled song from his debut album, “Uomo Donna.”