Three Films By Marc Isaacs (UK-import) (DVD)

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Having worked as an assistant to acclaimed filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowski, Isaacs' reveals a great capacity to establish privileged relationships with the protagonists in his documentary films, creating a succession of deeply moving and uniquely original views of modern Britain.

Lift (2001):
Marc Isaacs sets himself up in an East End of London tower block lift with his camera and waits for new residents to reveal their lives. The result is both funny and moving. Sometimes the residents ignore him. One of them offers him food and a lady sticks holy pictures above his head.

Travellers (2002):
A moving and poignant film about the basic human need for love, Marc Issacs uses the idea of the train journey as a metaphor for the journey through life, following the stories of five characters he encountered spontaneously on trains and at stations across England. They all reveal a deep concern for one thing - the need for a loving relationship.

Calais: The Last Border (2003):
Marc Isaacs looks at the transient nature of Calais in Northern France where refugees and migrants from all over the world are desperate for a new life in England. He presents a microcosm of eccentric individuals, all centered near the Eurotunnel in this French harbor town. In contrast to the likable and smiling Ijaz, who during the bombing of Kabul lost his entire family and whose only dream is to reach England, we meet Steve, a British citizen who is running a not-so-successful English pub on the French side of the tunnel.


  • New filmed interview with director Marc Isaacs


Produksjonsår 2001 Utgitt 2009
Format DVD Sone Sone 2 - Import
Sjanger Dokumentar Antall disker 1
Spilletid 2 timer 14 minutter Aldersgrense Ingen
Undertekster Ingen Lydformater Stereo 2.0 (Engelsk)
Regissør Marc Isaacs Skuespillere Dokumentar
Bestillingsnummer SECONDRUN042 Leverandør Gardners