(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
As in his award-winning documentary trilogy, Glawogger explores in Untitled the lives and resilience of those living in society's smelly, stingy trenches in an empathetic and poetic way. They are unmasked, raw and filmically captivating. Through Glawogger, they generously share, with a large portion of sovereignty, their struggle for existence.
My daughter at 11 is fascinated to see the scene of the Moroccan garbage over and over again. She tells the girlfriend excited about the myriads of little life stories she has witnessed. About everyone being themselves – no one plays. About children running cheerfully against a truck with fresh waste and fighting both against each other and against goats to secure some goodies.
Dead on the way. Glawogger put out what he had planned to be one. . .
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