“A film about a small ski town becoming a place of encounter in an area defined by war.”
Pretty much blown away by the quality of this mini-documentary written and produced by pro-snowboarder/filmmaker Elias Elhardt. I think Elia has a bright future in mainstream filmmaking. This is on par with anything you’ll see on Netflix:
“In the midst of Kosovo, an area that’s been haunted by war and ethical conflicts, Elias Elhardt discovers the small ski resort Brezovica. With several abandoned hotels and lifts, time has seemingly stopped here since Yugoslavia’s breakdown over 20 years ago. Snowboard enthusiast Hamdi is one of the locals, that now wants to breathe new life into this special place. He guides Elias through this forgotten world and reflects on the question, how a future can be built if the past still weighs so heavily.”
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