TERRORISM CONSIDERED AS ONE OF THE FINE ARTS

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TERRORISM CONSIDERED AS ONE OF THE FINE ARTS

Peter Whitehead
GB/A, 2009
Fiction, 155min, OF

TERRORISM CONSIDERED AS ONE OF THE FINE ARTS

Peter Whitehead
GB/A, 2009
Fiction, 155min, OF

Cast: 
Sophie Strohmeier
Samantha Berger
Nina Erber
Who Killed Bambi
Liza Tsyzina-Whitehead
Joanna Woodrow
Alice Schneider
Screenplay: 
Peter Whitehead
Sophie Strohmeier
Sound: 
Manuel Knapp
Camera: 
Peter Whitehead
Editor: 
Peter Whitehead
Composer: 
Peter Whitehead
Black Flash
Nina Erber
Costume: 
Armani

Production: 
Nohzone
World Sales: 
Nohzone 46 Hawthorn Ave. Mawsley, NN141TH, Großbritannien T +44 1 536 799 494 nohzone@googlemail.com
Format: 
Video (Betacam SP)
Color

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Selected examples of a New Cinema

Michael Schlieman is a MI6 spy who is working in the terrorism section of the British intelligence. He disappeared and will publish his \"confessions\" on the internet, revealing the truth about secret operations carried out by various governments. There is a parallel between the sinking of the Greenpeace boat, the \"Rainbow Warrior\", and the terrorist state murder of a Greenpeace photographer. Schlieman is now part of an eco-terrorist group.
My new film is largely based on the recent novel of the same title. It is the first novel of a trilogy entitled “The Nohzone Trilogy”. The second novel is entitled “Nature’s Child” and the third “Girl on the Train”. The central element of the film is the killing of an “ideal victim”. I want to investigate the CIA’s influence on English culture, which is based on misinformation. This new film is influenced by Thomas De Quincey’s novels, “Confessions of an Opium Eater” and “Murder Considered as a Fine Art”, and I would say that it is about fear and control, or better still, about the fear that the state spreads in order to control. After having destroyed the Third World now we are also destroying this planet. Gaia is now, rightly so, revolting. (Peter Whitehead)