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Russia / USA | Documentary
Brasil | Film Noir
Kenya / Switzerland | African, relationship
USA | Documentary
United Kingdom | Short, relationship
Pakistan | Culture, Documentary
Mexico | Documentary
USA | B Movie
Austria | Feature, experimental
Portugal | Feature
Shot in a Japanese theme park that replicates a Dutch town, Veni Vidi Nescio explores ideas of displacement and dislocation through conversations between two Amsterdammers as they discuss home, work and responsibility.
On screen we meet two Japanese girls and their sound recordist as we are taken through the replica Holland and the islands of Nagasaki via experimental narrative and animation. Vidi Vidi Nescio (I Came, I Saw, I Don't Know) was inspired by the writing of Jan Hendrik Frederik Grönloh (aka Nescio) whose characters used Amsterdam as a way to inform them of their reality but ultimately it conveyed how transient they were in a city that will outlive them.