- 94 min
- Directed by: Gideon Koppel
Filmmaker Koppel spent nine months observing the rituals and traditions of the inhabitants of the Welsh hill farming village Trefeurig, although this documentary is far from conventional: there's no voice-over, there are very few 'characters', and the connections between the vignettes of everyday existence are rarely spelt out. A quietly compelling and melancholic portrait of life in a Welsh rural community.
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Sleep Furiously28 May 2009
The title comes from a phrase created by Noam Chomsky, meaning words that are grammatically correct yet semantically nonsensical. Giddeon Koppel’s film is no scathing polemic however, but rather a quietly compelling and melancholic portrait of life in a…
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