I Love Venice
베니스, 내 사랑
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Synopsis I love Venice is a compelling and visually stunning documentary about the people still living in the most beautiful city in the world and tells the story of its citizens taking protest to the streets. Recently several protest groups have been set up to save the city as a real community. They demonstrate against the commercially motivated city government, the closing of the last remaining hospital and against the many large cruise ships entering the lagoon. These residents fight with passion for their beloved Venice, but always with irony and a keen sense of humor. What is it like to live in a city that is not yours anymore?
Helena MUSKENS, Quirine RACKÉ 헬레나 뮈스켄스, 퀴린 라케
Helena MUSKENS & Quirine RACKÉ direct and produce films and documentaries exploring the interlocking themes of identity and community. Their films have been shown all over the world at film festivals, museums and on television. For example at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London, the Getty Center in LA, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, the LA Freewaves Festival, the IFFR in Rotterdam and the IDFA in Amsterdam.
Director Helena MUSKENS, Quirine RACKÉ
Country Netherlands
Year 2013
Running Time 71min
Genre Documentary
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