« My grandfather Wilhelm is a former Wehrmacht soldier. I filmed him since my adolescence. After his death, I opened a box of memories of World War II that he never had shown anybody. In pictures of him as a young child to others of him a frontline soldier, something is deconstructed. Smiles disappear; soldier’s gazes become haggard. What had I questioned him about that past? This is a movie on remembering by means of performative storytelling. It interweaves micro-stories from a grandfather and a granddaughter, constellating artefacts from the family archive.  These assemblies launch a scavenger hunt in the Belgian landscape of contemporary war reenactments, questioning historical scripts that echo into our dealing with the contemporary world. » – Julia Clever

Film developed in the framework of Sound Image Culture.