Kino Slang will soon follow up on this story as reports of the the film's current reception come over the wire.
Let's be optimistic for a moment, and hope indeed that this succession of titles, unintentionally a progression, but beautiful, is taken as a directive: Youth on the march. Colossal youth. Forward, youth!
The film is playing in French theaters, not in the Museum. The cinema is in the cinema. dias felizes has also linked to a terrific text precisely on the question of how and if, from Costa's point of view, it could be anywhere else.
It is a roundtable with writer and Witt de With Centre for Contemporary Art director/curator Catherine David, writer/Museum director/curator Chris Dercon, and Pedro Costa. Now, museums and acadamies often purport to be public, radical places, but no one shifts and leaves works/texts/events behind without a trace as quickly as them, unfortunately. They are untrustworthy in this regard....I recommend saving or printing the text of this roundtable if you are interested in referring to it in the future. Here it is:
*As predicted, the above link died, probably at the same time a low-paid intern or staff member was let go. However, here updating in 2019, a new link is found: