Review: I WAS AT HOME, BUT..., The Best Kind of Cinema
Director Angela Schanelec's take on the effects of grief might be less inscrutable than her previous film, 'The Dreamed Path,' but that doesn't make it any less challenging.
Interview: Angela Schanelec on I WAS AT HOME, BUT...
It's never about interpretation, it's never about meaning, it's never about where we are going. Maren doesn't ask these because films are not about where we are going. (laughs) It's about a scene. Then another scene.