The masterfully provocative and often bleak depictions of the private lives of everyday people distinguish the realist filmmaking of auteur Ulrich Seidl. Seidl's emotionally disturbed, sexually confused and economically stressed protagonists emerge from his staged realities which are disturbing and severe at their core. The award-winning filmmaker joins the Berlinale with a premiere of Paradise: Hope, the final film in his trilogy, in competition. In this session, Seidl discusses his working process on this triptych.
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