About the Film
The movie unfolds in November 2016, when the United States was about to elect its new president. In Arizona, home of the modern cowboy and symbol of a civilization gone selfdestructive, Drexel zooms in on folks living on the margins of society one month before and after the election of Donald Trump.
22 Sep, 20:45, Sea Cinema 2
23 Sep, 21:00, Sea Cinema 3
Claus Drexel, of Bavarian origin, spent most of his life in France. After graduating from film school, he worked
as a director of photography. His career as a director began with short films C 4 (1996), The Operating Theatre
(1998) and The Divine Inspiration (2000). The films participated in more than a hundred festivals worldwide
and won several awards. His first feature film Family Values (2008) won the Best Screenplay Award given by
CNC. On the Edge of the World, his documentary film about the homeless people of Paris, premiered at the
Cannes Film Festival (ACID) and went on to win the Grand Prize of the International Francophone Film Festival
in Germany. The film was shown at the prestigious National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.