What would a photo album carefully made by a Romanian Army Regiment from WW2 look like? By a stroke of luck, we have an answer: Regiment 6 Roșiori created their photo album on the Eastern Front. So now we can see how a "military gaze" operates—what it sees and what it wants to keep in memory for all posterity. We have systematically broken the flow of this silent photo album with texts taken from other documents—which reveal what the photos tried to hide.
Taking a form similar to the feature film The Dead Nation (2017), this documentary tells the history of the decisions made by the Romanian army from 1941 to 1942 after Romania allied with the Nazis, using only old photos and texts. Romanian Colonel Radu Korne's war diary and Regiment 6 Roșiori's photo album are old images and memories of the Cold War, but through this film, they come alive in the present once again. [Sung MOON]
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