One day, Nothing runs away from home and addresses humanity for the first and last time, commenting on all it sees—contemplating death, politics, the meaning of life. Voiced by Iggy Pop, scored by The Tiger Lillies and Pascal Comelade, and subtitled in 35 languages including Esperanto and Latin.
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The film could be about the urgent, modern necessity of quiet observation. It is also an ode to the ability of cinematographers everywhere to sublimate the environment around them and transcribe their vision to the screen.
How do you give a star rating to a film like this? With a movie so perversely sui generis, yardsticks are pointless. It all comes down to the viewer’s tolerance for pretension and avant-garde risk taking.
Mitic claims he does not recall when the idea first came to him, but as it emerged he started contacting documentary filmmakers the world over to ask them to send him their best documentary shots of «nothing».