Surplus

by Erik Gandini Documentary Svezia 2003 52'

An intense visual odyssey which required over three years work. Stranding 2001's G8 fights in Genoa and inflatable dolls 7000 dollars worth in the US, Surplus explores and defines the consuming culture's destructive nature. Against the trivial reasoning of politicians, tycoons and Microsoft's fanatics solely interested in profit, the film is an account of the ideas of the controversial anti-globalisation guru John Zerzan on the damages of private property. The intense editing and breathtaking photography transform the mere statistic figure which refers that 20% of the (industrialised) world use 80% of resources by itself into a powerful emotional experienc

Director:

Erik Gandini

Country:

Svezia

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23° Festival

CINEMAMBIENTE

01 October - 04 October 2020
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