The Turin Horse

Béla Tarr’s latest film (partly written in Lund) is a cinematic experience beyond the ordinary. Its intense portrayal of two people’s gradual path to their last destination took the critics by storm at this year’s film festival in Berlin. It all begins with a brief story about how the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche one day witnessed a horse being abused on the streets of Turin, and threw himself around its neck to protect it. Bela Tarr open up for his perhaps most minimalistic film... Read More