A meditation in space, evoking an image of the city, of a location.
Berlin is seen as hollow and in black and white. Samira Gloor-Fadel's stunningly photographed film is an intimate journey with celebrated European auteur Wim Wenders around the city of Berlin.
Luminaries including Jean-Luc Godard, who provides a commentary, and Jean Nouvel, who traces construction sites of future buildings, join Wenders.
With measured pacing, Gloor-Fadel's Film is witty and multi-layered, a film also about the process of film making itself.
Fixed frames show moving dimensions. A static "Road Movie" where long pans lead to vanishing points...
Motion is the only certainty.