The One With The Questions on Karst

A very clever use of visuals and human conversation to tell a story. It makes me wonder whether those people who build the house is also hard as Karst. Here are my questions.

Is there any issues in terms of environmental in building a home in the middle of an undisturbed landscape?

Are the workers building the house from Montenegro or Goran Andrejin always use the people he worked with before?

Do you consider this documentary an important piece of history captured in film?VillaLaTout_01

The house is really beautiful. However, i feel the shape of the house does not fit in with the landscape. The contrast is quite beautiful actually but was this an issue when the architect was considering the design?

Did the design of the house comes first or the location by the owner?

Was the snake issue ever solved?VillaLaTout_07

The music that the little boy was playing and singing on ‘the bulgarian princess’ ¬†was juxtapose with the sound of rocks falling and people working. Was this juxtaposing of sound of leisure¬†and work a concept you wished to point out?

The Jankovic family worked together as a family in making the rocks into the building material. Is this a family that passes their craftsmanship to the next generation?

The relationship between the architect and the client is very mutual and they treat each other like family. Was this highlighting of their relationship intentional and is there a message behind thisVillaLaTout_08

Was this film made in perspective of the client or a perspective of an outsider or a perspective of the wind?

How do you plan what kind of contents to shoot?

Do you think people behave differently when they are being recorded and not being recordedVLT01

Here’s 12 questions for vlada.

 

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