In Sedilo, a small village in Sardinia, the year is divided into two parts; Before S’Ardia and after S’Ardia.
A woman wanders through the initial stages of her afterlife.
The main idea behind Kolesa is the rough reality of an addiction visualized in a surreal way, where modern people are portrayed as a lost generation.
Functional and aesthetic values in recurrent, yet questionable domestic scenarios.
Two men in a beat-up car discuss love, sex, Kenny G, and potato guns.
Ignoring any stereotypes fixed on it by Westerners, Bali maintains its enigmatic culture in all aspects of life.