The Natural History of Destruction

Sergei Loznitsa — GermanyLithuaniaThe Netherlands — 2022 — 112'

Inspired by W.G. Sebald’s book and based on WWII archive footage, the film puts forward the question: is it morally acceptable to use civilian population as a means of war? Is it possible to justify mass destruction for the sake of higher ‘moral’ ideals? The question remains as relevant today, as it was 80 years ago, and its urgency is tragically manifested in the current events.

DirectorSergei Loznitsa
ProducersRegina Bouchehri for Looks Film & TV GmbH, Gunnar Dedio for Looks Film & TV GmbH, Uljana Kim for Studio Uljana Kim, Sergei Loznitsa for Atoms & Void, Maria Choustova for Atoms & Void
MusicChristiaan Verbeek
EditorDanielius Kokanauskis
SoundVladimir Golovnitski
FestivalsCannes 2022, IDFA 2022, CIFF - Silver Hugo
Language German
Category Prime time

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Belgrade Cultural Centre

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