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by Pawel Ziemilski


As the population of a tiny Polish village – whose name means “old blood” – is dramatically reduced after a massive immigration wave to Iceland, the older generations struggle to stay “in touch” with their intimates on Skype. A multifaceted and imaginatively filmed elegy on the love gestures that dissolve the distance in an increasingly complex world, rendering textured the low-resolution images that flood our screens; about the technologies that sustain the new sensorial geographies of need.

international title: In Touch
original title: In Touch
country: Poland, Iceland
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: Pawel Ziemilski
film run: 63'
screenplay: Pawel Ziemilski
cinematography by: Filip Drożdż
film editing: Dorota Wardeszkiewicz
music: Árni Valur Kristinsson, Martina Bertoni
producer: Lukasz Dlugolecki, Haukur Hrafnsson
production: NUR, Join Motion Pictures
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