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AUN – THE BEGINNING AND END OF ALL THINGS

by Edgar Honetschläger

synopsis

An unusual piece inspired by Shinto spirituality and structural anthropology. The basic thesis is the continuity and connection between nature and humankind, civilisation, and culture, a connection that replaces previous divisions and dichotomies. The film expresses it by combining pictures of nature with fictitious ones, macroscopic shots with microscopic time-lapses and animations.

international title: AUN – The Beginning and End of All Things
original title: AUN – The Beginning and End of All Things
country: Austria, Japan
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Edgar Honetschläger
film run: 100'
screenplay: Edgar Honetschläger, Reinhard Jud
cast: William Ferreira, Yûki Hiyori, Tenji Kamogawa, Kyoichi Komoto, Yukika Kudo, Rosane Mulholland
cinematography by: Hiroyuki Mizuno, Hisaki Sanbongi
film editing: Harald Aue, Seiji Harimoto, Tomoko Hiruta
music: Christian Fennesz
producer: Edgar Honetschläger, Yukika Kudo
production: Edoko Institute, Ribo
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