Enriched with a passionate appeal to use Austrian cinema as a place of visual magic and social interactionalso co-president of the Academy of Austrian Films, her cinema appearances on Thursday nights in Linz and Freistadt.
With her feature filmwhich is currently running, makes it very easy for the 35-year-old, who for two summers as a paramour at the festival in her home state of Salzburg, to take a heart for the cinema for all film lovers.
Theas well as the later presentation in were very well attended, we experienced a wonderfully romantic, bittersweet film about the love story between Caro (Altenberger) and Alexander, embodied by the South Tyrolean (“The Great Freedom”). Their life together begins in the Vienna subway, the director with enchanting ideas – feathers trickled like snowflakes onto the tracks.
Basically, Raiber’s car was “to blame” for the film, it was on strike, the director drove more subways, Altenberger said. Which triggered the romantic thought in him that it would be nice to use the info screens underground to send love greetings to his wife – the rest is film history.
The fact that Caro is suffering from cancer raised the question in the audience whether such a blow was necessary? It was agreed that having an antagonist like Krebs would bring the film closer to real life, but ultimately give more love – something the world needs more than ever. In the Moviemento there was a lot of it, where Altenberger “stars under the city” cameramanscattered roses. Her appeal to the actress’ brother not hiding his light under a bushel was almost as haunting as that for the cinema.