That is the question the critically acclaimed Danish director Boris B. Bertram is exploring The Human Shelter. The film shows us different ways of life and ways of thinking in all the nooks and crannies of the world. Through seven chapters we get an insight into how people from different cultures and with different conditions live – from Kautokeino in the north to Tokyo in the east. They have one thing in common: a home.
The film is shown in connection with Arkitekturfilm Oslo, which. . .