“Dan Reed’s film for the This World strand is some sort of terrible masterpiece. It’s like watching the planes crash into the World Trade Centre and listening to the accounts of the survivors : it transfixes you with such appalled and disbelieving horror that you almost forget to breathe.”
By harmoniously juxtaposing the gorgeous visuals with outstanding sound design, the filmmaker produces a unique work of art—a living painting itself—that stands on its own. He breathes new life into the old creations by accentuating their timelessness, reviving the intimacy of the grand worlds of the past through the time-defying medium of cinema.
—Galina Stoletneya, 54th San Francisco Film Festival
Sep 2010 : NAINSUKH premieres at the 67th Venice International Film Festival