Matiss Zelcs is trying to find woman which he did ignore and who was about to jump off the bridge last night. Police don’t want to continue investigation as no body was found, however Matiss is on his way to start his own investigation. —IMDb
Descending of German and Hungarian families, Fred Kelemen was born in West-Berlin/Germany.He studied painting, music, philosophy, science of religions and theatre sciences and worked in different theatres as a director’s assistant before he began his studies in directing and cinematography at the German Film & TV Academy Berlin (dffb) from 1989 to 1995. He graduated from the dffb with a diploma as a director and as a cinematographer.
For his diploma film “Fate” he received the German National Film Award in 1995. Since that time, he has made a number of films and videos as director and collaborated as cinematographer with several film directors like Béla Tarr (“Journey to the Plain”, Hungary 1995, “The Man from London”, Hungary/France/Germany 2007, “The Turin Horse”, Hungary, France, USA, Germany 2009/10 ), Rudolf Thome (“The Visible and the Invisible”, Germany 2006), Gariné Torossian (“Stone, Time, Touch”, Canada/Armenia 2005) a. o.
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Despite Fred Kelemen being a fantastic cinematographer, as seen in The Man From London and The Turin Horse, his directorial effort here gives off an impression of a poor man's attempt at creating a film in a similar visual style to the master, Béla Tarr, but without mood, atmosphere, in a soulless setting. Quite a shame.