All Films • 11-Mar-2020
A young woman finds herself caught between her present and past when she receives a letter from home. Directed by Daniel Turner, “dvě místa” (which translates to ‘two places’ in Czech), is a patient character study shot in black and white, formally precise and deceptively complex, about a young woman attending university in England. The film is constructed as a series of (largely) stationary compositions following Anna go about her day while she composes a letter to her mother. She gives word on her studies and recalls peaceful memories from back home. The film is slow to reveal the whole picture but gradually we learn of some discrepancies between what she’s telling her mother and what’s actually happening in her life. Self-assured and concise, Turner’s film crafts vivid detail from implicit revelation. -KA. Writer, Director: Daniel Turner. Cast: Barbora Nolová. Director of Photography: Will Price. Editor: Richard Lozberg. Producer: Ashley Carter.
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