Ich war zuhause, aber
Angela Schanelec, Germany, Serbia, 2019o
In I Was at Home, But every image reveals the insistent sensation of injured vulnerability. Oscillating elliptically between the past and the present, we are shown people who need each other, and people who need to be alone. Including a mother who is looking for her own liveliness. She is suffering from the loss of her husband and the impossibility of doing justice to her children. Every image of the film is the reproduction of a desperate inner voice. Every fragment alludes to something we can’t see.