In ancient times, the vast area between the Vistula, the Volga, the Baltic Sea, and the Black Sea was called ‘Sarmatia’, where Moldova, Belarus, Lithuania, and Ukraine can be found today. Quoting the works of the Sarmatia-born German poet Johannes BOBROWSKI (1917–1965), KOEPP travels through the area, depicting the region as the ‘dreamland where all nations and religious [groups] would find their place if history had not ploughed it all up over and over again’.
Festivals & Awards
|新光一廳||2021/05/03 - 13:30 to 15:30||映後Q&A短片|
|新光一廳||2021/05/08 - 20:20 to 22:20||映後Q&A短片|