by Elke de Wit Documentary-style feature films are all the rage these days. One could argue that realism in art reflects a society which instead of using its imagination merely replicates itself, resulting in films which are rather boring. Frieder Schlaich’s Otomo (1999), however, is more provactive, using the docu-style to confront society with its […]

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