Sex haben und damit die Welt retten – eine Gruppe junger Idealisten kämpft mit ungewöhnlichen Mitteln für einen gesunden Planeten und den Erhalt der Erde. Eine Bewegung für freie Körper und freie Natur abseits der üblichen Moralvorstellungen.
Dieser Film läuft zur Zeit nicht auf MUBI, dafür aber 30 andere großartige Filme. Schau hier, welche es sind Jetzt auf MUBI
It's a weird story. The documentary functions as unmasking of a typical neo-colonialistic helping syndrom of European origin; it show that the Fuck for Forest people in their pseudo-romantic attitude are unable to understand and acknowledge the meaning of cultural differences.
marczak's attentive unblinking gaze and monotonous sly voiceover shows brilliant sketches of fff's clashes with a number of various environments / some parts drag a bit but effortless editing keeps the story afloat
This feels, at times, like a mockumentary or a fake documentary. Not because of any lack of talent from the filmakers, or some indecision about style. Maybe because of an ever-present sense of performance, by the ones whose activity is being documented, and by the nature of their performances. And also how candid they do seem about their intentions. They look like characters, not real people. Too genuine to be real.
This film was probably the biggest disappointment of anything that I’ve seen from MUBI. I could excuse the lack on formalistic inventiveness if the subject was unique or interesting enough, but I personally don’t find either qualities in this group of overprivileged, hedonistic, drug-addled and self-absorbed young adults in a state of suspended adolescence posing as “environmentalists”.
''So many disasters all around the world and you are talking just about being naked!'' ..this last quote made it clear. But still people like them are important in our society.. and therefore I appreciate the film about them.
(Although it was kind of 'lengthy' in the first part)
european rich kids go super alternative, take nudes in the forest, trying to connect with nature. in the end they lose contact to reality. has it's length, but interesting to see this journey of young people believing in an utopia that the people they want to reach don't even want.