Five Parts - a Motholic Mobble (part 5)
Declining body parts appear from the upper edge of the screen: a leg, a head, a couple of arms, another leg – isolated and detached from one another. If they ever belonged to a fellowship with a common purpose, all rules and ideas about a greater whole now seems to be surpassed in an all-against-all struggle. The film carries a reference to Guernica, Picasso’s iconic motif of a Spain in civil war. But rather than to illustrate an obvious, outer tragedy of major political importance, Five Parts – a Motholic Mobble (Part 5), touches upon a conflict in our irrational and dysfunctional self.
The film is part of the Motholic Mobble series that thematically orbiting various existentialist questions, and where movement, space, humor and horror are key instruments.