THINK OF ME AS YOU WILL, 2002


In 1980 John Duncan executed one of the most debated "performances" of the 70's-80's generation of "body artists". He went to Mexico, had sex with a newly dead human body, went back to L.A. and had a vascectomy right after. Since then John Duncans work have been under constant scrutinization and censorship. For the first time, John Duncan explains why, sending himself down to surpressed places in his own memory.... [Play movie »]
PAINTING POL POT, 2001


Van Nath, the only remaining survivor of the torture central, commonly known as "The Killing Fields", tells his "a thousand and one night"-like story about being ordered to paint the portraits of Pol Pot. With death hanging over him, he executed numerous paintings in a closed cell and thereby survived up until the Vietnamese invasion of Cambodia in 1979, four years after Pol Pot had managed to execute and starve to death more than a third of Cambodia's 7 million citizens. [Play movie »]
HASHIMA, LOST ISLAND, 2002-03


The world's most densely populated place ever, and a full society of 5000 people living on an island 140 meters wide and 400 meters long existed for nearly 80 years until Mitsubishi suddenly closed the coal mining down. In the crazy ruins of a 20th century civilisation, walks one of the men who grew up there, and was forced to leave in 1974. He tells his story among the almost untouched buildings, where remnants of daily life sits as symbols for a sociey much like our own. The man wants to make it into a museum, but painfully realizes that decay cannot be frozen, and even less restored... [Play movie »]