Two of the great cinema producers of upturned politics explore the intimate writing of the city in their maturity: with a small video camera, Marker follows a cat's tracks painted on some buildings in Paris, and makes a satirical, light-hearted tale of life in the city's streets; closed in a room in Berlin, before the images on a television set, Kramer reflects on the representation of history and the memory of Nazism and the horrors.
Chat Perchés, Chris Marker. France, 2004, 57 min, video
Berlin 10/90, Robert Kramer. France, 1990, 64 min, video