Euroman

Watching Euroman as part of TISFF was especially interesting since Tzafka is a Greek filmmaker who lives and works in Denmark. It is a simple, often minimalistic, stylish film with a brilliantly integrated soundtrack and a delicately satirical humour. Every bit of music during these twenty-two minutes seems to fit but then again, it doesn’t. It ignites those controlled explosions that interrupt the story, it accompanies it while also ‘mocking’ it. If viewers with synaesthesia were watching, they would surely see random saturated colours popping through the grey, structured world of Copenhagen . . .

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Cleo lives in Thessaloniki, Greece. She’s studying to become an electrical engineer but what she actually does is watch and discuss films as much as possible, hoping to someday make her own. She has a soft spot for all things art, travelling, Nordic languages and english accents.