Modern Times Review met Canadian director Peter Mettler, who is known for his intuitive and experimental way of making films, for a conversation about his directing practice as a continuation of his previous films: “This film was not really my idea. It was actually the Scottish film director Emma Davie who suggested it. She found the philosopher [David Abram] and chose me to direct the film with her. "
The movie of the month can seen for subscribers here.
Davie and Mettler have collaborated on making films for a long time: “Many of my partners, producers and good friends are women. Emma was also an actor in my movie Tectonic Plates (1992), in which she played a psychiatrist. She came from the theater, and continued with documentaries. She was very impressed. . .