Ivo Deković, Igor Kirin, Nikola Ukić – Ariel, 2013.

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Ivo Deković, Igor Kirin, Nikola Ukić – Ariel, 2013.

Photo by Robert Sošić

Dokumentarni film, 16’38”, 2013

Kroz osobnu životnu priču, nakon odslužene kazne od 12 godina zatvora, Hermann Ariel Scheige pripovijeda o političkoj klimi i razvoju anarhističkih i neo-anarhističkih pokreta od šezdesetih godina naovamo, s naglaskom na europskoj situaciji. Porijeklom iz lijevo orijentirane obitelji koja se zbog političko-ekonomskih razloga krajem šezdesetih iz Urugvaja preselila u Zapadnu Njemačku, iznosi činjenice o utjecaju latinoameričkih na europske urbane gerile (pokret Tupamaros na RAF) te slabije poznate povezanosti anarho-pokreta s dilanjem i uživanjem droga, naročito nakon gašenja pokreta. I sam optužen za trgovinu 2,5 tone kokaina u 38 slučajeva u razdoblju od godine i pol dana, jasno se određuje spram životnih postupaka, tvrdeći da su bili utemeljeni u želji da bude izvan sustava. Film (16′ 38”) je prvi zajednički rad trojice umjetnika Ive Dekovića, Igora Kirina i Nikole Ukića.

Documentary film, 16’38’’, 2013.

Through a personal true story, after serving 12 years in prison, Hermann Ariel Scheige talks about the political climate and development of anarchist and neo-anarchist movements since the 1960s, underlining the situation in Europe. Coming from a leftist family who moved to West Germany from Uruguay in the late 1960s out of political and economical reasons, he exposes facts about the influence of Latin American urban guerrillas on the European ones (the Tupamaros movement on RAF) and about the lesser known connection between anarchist movements and drug dealing and abuse, especially after the movement was suspended. As he himself was accused of dealing 2.5 tons of cocaine in 38 cases in a year and a half, he takes a clear standpoint regarding his actions in life, claiming they were grounded in his wish to stay outside of the system.


eulogo “With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union”

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