• Director(s):

    DOMINICI (MICHELE)

  • Producer(s):

    ARTE FRANCE, BATELIERES PRODUCTIONS (LES)

  • Territories:

    Worldwide.

  • Production year:

    2022

  • Language(s):

    German, English, French

  • Rights:

    TV, DVD, NON-THEATRICAL, INTERNET, VOD

As the first woman to have won the Academy Award for Best Director, obsessed with the violence that underlies all of her cinematographic work, Kathryn Bigelow’s portrait also tells a story of violence in the United States.
 

"I've always seen violence as political. I see it as a power strategy" Kathryn Bigelow is right. That' s the way it is, death is cinematic.
The atmosphere is getting tense in the United States. Violence is on the rise. Up until now, it was present on screen. Now it seems to be overflowing, invading reality. One filmmaker has seen this phenomenon before others. Whether we like it or not, Hollywood is still our dream machine. And when we take a closer look, the vast majority of the stories that these blockbusters tell us are made of violence: crime, torture, war, rape and murder, that populate these imagination machines.