"The Look Of Silence" – Anatomy of a slaughtering of millions, a detailed analysis of the psychological aspects of evil. Perhaps even more moving than the other work of the same director, „Scena zbrodni” I travel to hell in Indonesia with a brave and wise guide, trying to deal with his past. An amazing documentary on the hereditary, generation long trauma, something the main character wants to break off.. He does that by attempting to listen and understand the story of his brother’s assasins with no intention to take revenge. A masterpiece, proving that we can save our race if we are brave enough to fight evil.
"State Funeral" – A funeral lament masterfully directed by Sergey Loznica, a secular mystery. A tyran responsible for a million deaths has died, he is mourned by crowds of devastated souls, and I am a witness, a participant of this performance, carefully directed 68 years ago. I’m watching it in horror, because I know only too well that history likes to repeat itself.
"Woman" – It’s a unique opportunity – at least for me – to see the world through the eyes of the better half of its inhabitants. Women’s psychological confessions are bold and honest testimony of their lives, driven by love and empathy. I can still see their faces.
"Between Us" – Condensed intimacy brought out to light with misterious little paper cards taken out of a box. A moving portrait of each and everyone of us, who was, is, or will be in love. Straightforward in technique, this one cut my heart right open.
"Face Places" - Agnès Varda, a prominent star of the French Nouvelle Vague, accomplished her final work with the lightness of a debutant cineast. This charming documentary light and funny, takes us on a very personal tour. A moving paean to the world and its people, left me with a feeling of happiness and meaning in life.