Heddy Honigmann has always anticipated the fast pace of our time. As a con­trast to this she provides us with the magic and the intimacy of the moment. Her perspective is deeply humanistic: she celebrates harsh life in all its beauty. 



Niederlande 2006 – Director: Heddy Honigmann – Original with English subtitles

The Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris is an exceptional place of comfort and tranquillity. Here the paths of the living, the visitors and workers lead to the past and memories. A film about a cemetery becomes a “celebration of life.”



Camera: Robert Alazraki. Sound: Piotr van Dijk. Editing: Danniel Danniel. Production: Cobos Films. Producer: Carmen Cobos. Length: 95 min. International Sales: Cobos Films

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