»We want to bridge a gap between the international poetry film world and the UK poetry world. We want poetry film to be mainstream in the poetry life of the UK, not seen as merely an attempt to illustrate poetry, but as poetry in itself – a unique poetry art form.«
»The world I created in this film is not real and I did not wanted it to be. I completely changed the ›emotional meanings‹ of the images that I found. I would call it a dream of how I imagine the past of this city.«
Poetry and art-house film share a fascination with memory. Some of the most interesting work in either genre affects us like the first bite of Proust’s madeleine – transporting us into a world that feels at once strange and familiar, like recalling a moment of childhood.