Amidst the two weeks of screenings and events that was The Times BFI 51st London Film Festival sat the calm oasis of the filmmakers’ breakfasts, which along with being a perfect opportunity to load up on coffee and croissants for the day, meant that I got to speak to some of the directors with their films fresh in mind.
Director Ulrich Seidl is well known for tackling material that rarely pulls its punches. Such is the case with Import Export, an unflinching portrait of New Europe and two individuals who do their best to forge a life there.
A nurse from the Ukraine searches for a better life in the West, while an unemployed security guard from Austria heads East for the same reason.
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