So it Doesn’t Hurt Trailer

So it Doesn’t Hurt Trailer (1998)

"Is it ever possible to practice art in a way that doesn’t hurt anybody?" 01 January 1998 Factual 47 mins

Polish filmmaker Marcel Łoziński revisits the farmer/intellectual Urszula Flis, subjects of his 1978 film 'A visit'. Łoziński observes the changes that have occurred over the intervening 23 years and again persuades this sensitive, secluded woman to talk through her thoughts, fears and feelings. Through this, the morality of the documentary portrait itself is called into question.

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