By Roger Koza The great Gilberto Pérez talked about the Straubs’ films in his magnificent book, The Material Ghost: “Every book, every film, every object that comes down to us from the distant or the near past may be regarded as a document of its own time. Straub and Huillet’s films are consciously made as […]
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On Nepal Forever and The Incomplete By Roger Koza One of the most mysterious films in the last years, it is ideologically unstable, lovable at all times, and secretly defiant. What is Nepal Forever? The title can arouse a wrong expectative. Buddhist mysticism is conspicuously not present. The starting point is unexpected; this is a […]