My, my, my...another strong arthouse film this year. And another one which is too good to be written about, if I'm honest. There are films which cannot be described in words. Sebastian Mez's Postcards from the Verge (2017) is one of those films, a film that, like postcards, takes you on a journey into a different land. That land or these lands, to be correct, are Israel and Palestine.
The film starts with a black screen and no sound. After a while, the image of a fire burning in the far background . . .
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