Nanouk Leopold / NL, DE, BE, 2010 / 96 min.
What brings a married woman to sleep around with a succession of strangers? Director Nanouk Leopold paints an intriguing portrait of a self-assured, successful woman who remains a mystery to herself.
The Brownian Movement won a Golden Calf for Best Director and Best Screenplay; the film also received praise for its elegant minimalism, both in terms of camera work and acting.
This is part of
NL, DE, BE
Women Make Film
Last year, Eye presented the film programme Women Make Film, an alternative world history of cinema featuring women in the lead role. Women have played an important role from the early days of cinema, as cinematographers, filmmakers and sometimes also producers.