64 min. HD, 2007
all the films I have seen on philosophy
including ones by people like Godard and Syberberg,
none packs more intense images about the meaning of philosophy
into its 64 minutes than this film."
- Steve Fesenmaier, wvgazette.com
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exploration of "light"
as a symbol of Dionysian values "denied" by our civilization.
Can we immerse ourselves in this light and remain sane?
To answer this question we follow:
Real Life Scholars: Fictitious Characters:
Prof. Alan Rosenberg
Prof. Werner Krieglstein
Polish Radio interview on
"Light Denied" and
A philosopher who descends into madness
while in the process of studying Nietzsche.
sister of Felix
Gradually acquires characteristics of Elisabeth, Nietzsche's sister.
An American scholar visiting Poland to present Feliks
with a philosophical award.
of the University
An official increasingly concerned with Feliks' change
A street girl who has to deal with Felix' delusions.
Festivals and screenings:
"Philosophy on Film",
Croatia University of Zagreb, 2010
Beijing International Studies University, 2010
Art Zone, Beijing, 2010
College of DuPage, 2010
"Manggha", the Center
for Japanese Art and Culture.
Summer of Films, Warsaw, 2009
Museum of Emigration, Warsaw, 2008 (Muzeum Wychodzctwa Polskiego)
Warsaw University, Polish Philology Film Club, 2008
Progressive Films Festival, DuPage, 2008
Krakow Film Festiwal, 2008
Forbidden Galaxy, Tokyo, 2007
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