Screening of a film by a Ukrainian director

Austerlitz is a 2016 black-and-white documentary by Ukrainian director Serhiy Loznitsa. The plot of the film represents black and white footage of tourists on the territory of museum complexes, former concentration camps that act as museums. The tape was filmed in a webcam format in medium-sized shots - the camera is fixed at chest height and disguised so that people would not pay attention to it. Each scene lasts at least 5 minutes, museum exhibits practically do not get into the frame, you can hear German, English, French, Spanish, Italian speech. Basically, most tourists look, scrutinize, photograph, that is, they behave normally, but there are scenes in which the behavior of visitors can be considered incorrect and disrespectful.

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