18'20'', HDV, Color and Black & White, 16:9.
Sunrise is a film about landscape.
I experience conflict everytime I stand towards a landscape. I am always suspicious of the established relationship of seduction that takes into account the current acceleration of time through technology towards the body. An erotics of speed. While on location, I try to understand how these invisible relationships between history of speed, capital, libidinal economies, technological evolution, landscape photography and cinema in itself can create moments of disruption around terms like territory, land belonging, race and citizenship.