Norwegian Documentary Exploring Human and Nature Relations
On 7 January (Saturday), a film screening focusing on exploring humans, nature, and bonding, was hosted at Himalayas Art Museum in Shanghai, organized by the Business Ecology magazine.
The Norwegian documentary Siblings Are Forever (2013), which was screened together with a Swedish short film Animals I Killed Last Summer (2012), tells the story about the siblings Magnar and Oddny who never left their childhood home and who live like many Norwegians 50 years ago, far from wealthy but close to the nature surrounding them.
A guest dialogue followed after the screening, further exploring the relations between human beings and nature, and how the change of today’s society has changed the way people and animals live.
The film screening is part of the Business Ecology’s Afternoon Movie project as well as Shanghai Project.