DVD Edition Filmmuseum

Die Reise nach Lyon - Blind Spot

CHF 21.00 / EUR 19.00

A film by Claudia von Alemann
Germany 1981

Elisabeth, a young historian, travels to Lyon, where socialist and feminist Flora Tristan had been active in the 19th century. In her footsteps, Elisabeth roams the old town, trying to reconstruct with a little cassette- recorder the sounds which Flora must have perceived, thus revealing the layers of history in sounds and noises, in faces and facades. A professor of history tries to lead her back to the paths of academic study, but she remains determined to break free of all scientific rigidity, and, in search of lost time, she discovers her own present day reality and the reality of today's city of Lyon.  

Edition filmmuseum
Language Deutsch | Français Subtitles english
Length 107 min. Format 1:1.33 - 4/3 PAL Audio DD 2.0 (mono) Age 6 Region code All regions
Bonus Booklet

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