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Heaven And Earth: The Order of Things (Part One)

Direction
Year
1982
Country
  • Austria
Runtime
136min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

Heaven and Earth is the fascinating portrait of a mountain village fighting to survive against the powers of nature as well as against economic pressures from outside. A profound reflection on the meaning of life and work, the necessity for relationships and the definite character of our world. Slow and lengthy, this film stands out for its beauty and poetry.

Film in two parts
Part one: The Order of Things
Part two: The Course of Things

Details

  • Original Title
    Himmel und Erde: Die Ordnung der Dinge
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Michael Pilz
  • Cinematography
    Michael Pilz
  • Editing
    Michael Pilz
  • Sound
    Georg Buigner
  • Runtime
    136 min (91+ min.)
  • Year
    1982
  • Country
    • Austria
  • Format
    • Colour
  • Festivals
    • Kapfenberg
    • Nyon (FR)
    • Aurillac (FR)
    • Vienna (AT)
    • Rotterdam (NL)
    • Berlin (DE)
    • Figueira da Foz (PT)
    • Montréal (CA)
    • Paris (FR)
    • Edinburgh (GB)
    • Triest (IT)
    • Graz (AT)
    • San Jose (US)
    • Riga (LV)
    • 35th Summer Film School Uherské Hradiště (CZ)

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