Guglielmo Trupia: »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.