Witold has just failed his law school exams, and Fuchs has just quit his job. They both arrive as guests at a house that’s supposed to offer them some rest and relaxation but instead, it starts to make them nervous when a series of strange events begin to occur. Based on a novel by Gombrowicz, Cosmos is a fascinating work that marks Zulawski’s return to film after fifteen years of cinematic silence.
Lwów, Poland (now the Ukraine), 1940. One of the most atypical, independent directors in contemporary cinema, he began his career in the sixties. His are heartrending, poetic films, as in the case of L'important c'est d'aimer (75), Possession (81), La femme publique (84) or L'Amour braque (85). He has also worked in theater and written novels and short stories.
FRANCE / PORTUGAL, 2015
Andy Gillet, Clémentine Pons
Edition: 2015 Section: Noves Visions One Original language:
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Room: Prado Section: Noves Visions One Duration: 103'