A documentary film at Panasqueiras’ Mine, between 2008/09. A reality captured by an eye-observer which does not interfere, but follows the compost that grows from the earth and is decomposed by man-machine.
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Digital. A film that should, and deserves to be, better known, for its insertion in a cinematography usually unimaginative and quite orthodox in relation to documentary filmmaking. Although it follows an overly respectful script, which shows the various ramifications of a specific work, also finds on the way many immensely imaginative and structurally appealing drifts, like inside the mines or around the topography.