In Turin in 1889, Nietzsche flings his arms around an exhausted carriage horse, then looses consciousness and his mind. Somewhere in the countryside: a farmer, his daughter, a cart and the old horse. Outside, a windstorm rises.
Silver Bear, FIPRECI Prize | Berlinale, Germany, 2011
CAST & CREW
Bela Tarr, Laszlo Krasznahorkai
Director of Photography
Erika Bok, Janos Derzsi, Mihaly Kormos, Ricsi
T.T., Filmmuhely, MPM FILM, Vega Film, Zero Fiction Film
Born 1955, Pecs, Hungary. He began his career as an amateur filmmaker at the age of 16. He also worked as a shipyard handyman and porter. In 1977, Bela Tarr debuted with his feature film Family Nest. He is an associate professor at the Berlin DFFB.
Family Nest (1977), Hotel Magnezit (1978, short), The Outsider (1980), The Prefab People (1982), Macbeth (1982, TV), Almanac Of Fall (1984), Damnation (1987), Citylife (segment "The Last Boat", 1989, doc.), Satantango (1994), Journey on the Plain (1995, short), Werckmeister Harmonies (2000), Visions of Europe (segment “Prologue”, 2004), The Man from London (2007), The Turin Horse (2011)