07 Sep 2015
Second Home presents the masterpiece film Le Quattro Volte (2010) by film-maker, Michelangelo Frammartino.
Virtually without human speech, yet hardly ever silent, the film illustrates a ‘journey of a soul’, filmed in rural Calabria, Italy.
Frammartino sets out to capture an "invisible bond" between humanity and nature, and asserts quietly that in doing so "it makes us come alive" in an evocative portrait of the circularity of life in the mountainous area of Vibo Valentia.
The greatest problem, Mark Kermode says with Le Quattro Volte is 'figuring out how to describe it in a manner that doesn't sound either fantastically off-putting'.
Winner at Cannes Film Festival, 2010.