The Austrian director Ulrich Seidl casts a realistic eye at the less focussed parts of human life.
The protagonists of his ‘Paradise Trilogy’ are constantly searching for love. They are willing to suffer pain for the experience of happiness. The typographical exists of two levels, semantics and form. By suffering the typography arises. The same font appears at every poster in a different way – one time crumbled, the other time squeezed or disrupted. The method has to be seen as semantic essence of his ‘Paradise’ films.