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Roy Andersson: Exhibition of Human Being

To Fetch a Bike

 

Director_ Roy ANDERSSON
 
Sweden 1968 17min DCP color shorts Fiction
Review

This film is Roy Andersson’s second directing in the Swedish Film Institute after he studied philosophy. The film begins with the moment a young couple waking up in the morning. They wake up in the blanket, drink milk, have a short conversation and eat breakfast as morning routines. Frequent close-up shots demonstrate the intimacy of the couple, but do not clearly confirm what their relationship is. The two go up to the rooftop of the building and fetch a bike. The man takes off on his morning road, riding his bike. [LEE Sang-yong]

CREDIT
  • DirectorRoy ANDERSSON
  • ScreenplayRoy ANDERSSON
  • CinematographyBo BLOMBERG
  • EditorRoy ANDERSSON
  • SoundBjorn OBERG, Lars JOHANSSON, Sven FAHLEN
CastPierre BENE, Monica LOOF
FILM SOURCE
SFI / johan.ericsson@filminstitutet.se
DIRECTOR
Roy ANDERSSON
 
Roy Andersson was born in 1943 in Goteborg, Sweden. His film A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence won the Golden Lion at the 71st Venice Film Festival, and his previous works have also been introduced at the Cannes and Venice Film Festival. Whenever he presented his new films, they have caused controversies on human existence, and he finished his new work About Endlessness (2019) recently. In his photographic career as well as filmmaking, Andersson exhibits sharp insights on modernity and modern human beings. Thus, he has been called auteur of introspection since the 1990s, offering insights into human beings.
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