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tv   Arts and Culture  Deutsche Welle  March 10, 2020 12:45am-1:01am CET

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at a video game like no other the 5th and final chapter of the cult classic kentucky roots 0. bots we begin with a restaurant that is really trying to do its bit to save the planet's climate change and global warming never far from the headlines at the bottom and the owners of the restaurant freya aims to reduce the amount of waste in their restaurant to absolute 0 is this possible after all food is often delivered in plastic but not to this restaurant. at the end of the day this little pile is all that remains of film leftovers from the dishes that make these delegates and yes men martin have opened 3 of germany's 1st say railways restaurants and then now. you just every city every restaurant in general should produce things in
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a most sustainable way whether they take up the 0 waste because a lot of operators have a big responsibility towards their case on the environment because people who produce a lot also produce a lot of waste fed a few little a couple of feet in this evening trying to produce as little combat just possible fiest. away stress gone to the proteins comes from local organic found and is free of plastic packaging. all of the dishes served down beacon. on the menu today mushrooms with santa recruit on potato to ream and handmade sourdough pita bread with barry as tips we don't name to vegan eyes anyone or turn them into 0 waste is. that the end of the day we just want to serve up good food in the non-dogmatic way. but we aim to remain pragmatic we want to do some. think
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not talk about it just do it. the concept isn't entirely new england's post 0 waste restaurant silo opens back in 2014. constantly often from no way to the sushi chef before he took over running the kitchen at freyja so the battling restaurant is benefiting from his experience. to do elected from a station there with salt water and whatever a seasonal they're supposed to gets. so the vegetable gets remember it's. i mean you get much more interesting for ever and we can all choose to liquids. instead they take your order to make sources or pressings to restock all over them and their. sustainability and ecological awareness are also reflected in the interior design the net can isn't made of cloth the furniture is 2nd hand stored england it's not plastic i'm going to let some make for mushroom fiber. the concept is the
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watch through down to the smallest detail but does the guests realize that it's a different concept and the concept is interesting was that i'm also reading a book about this at home but that's not the main reason i'm here is that i was drawn by the food was all of it bugs me how much we throw away but it's really hard to throw away very little flies and harder still to throw nothing away so what the guys are doing here is great you often wish to. see what happens to the vegetable feelings and left hand because. that's where this composite comes in at temperatures of between 60 and 120 degrees celsius a host of bacteria hodgett wick in the machine. dot com and those at the end of the evening all of the food scraps we've collected go in here. and within 24 hours this turns them into compost that can be put on fields just the way it is yeah i'll. you. know. i'm saying the food cycle claims things in
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a completely new way. and lots of lots of the the tortoises by visa kind is an also biographical novel which describes life in nazi occupied austria joining the 19th. committee was a writer of short stories and articles for us in newspapers and it was only long after her death novels were published so sadly she never knew successes and also. how attached are you to your home how would you feel if you had to leave that maybe forever. the tortoise's by visa kind that's it is about a jewish couple in the late 1930 s. when the nazis take over their homeland austria and on the day as
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a paralyzed like tortoises have been flipped on their backs. will they be able to right themselves in time while the couple waits for a visa to escape they're driven from their apartments because a nazi officer wants it for himself again and again the image of the tortoise appears mirroring their humiliation. the tortoise does not die so quickly but also has an inner shell and that is why it does not die if one cuts its heart out the heart goes on twitching for a while before and attaches its brain it goes on creeping but then of course without warmth they cannot but. a lot of this book is autobiographical jewish author values i cannot he wrote it shortly after she escaped from austria to anyway together with her husband the author and the committee while his books were an instant success hers were published in decades after her. death she died
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thinking she was a failure but the tortoises proved she was one of the great authors of the 20th century. kentucky route 0 is a video game which follows the trials of a delivery man trying to find the house he has to deliver something so it sounds completely mundane but that description actually does the day but his and since it's conception 2011 it's become a cult classic this game is paul magical realism a biting critique of capitalism but also with a positive message that we should love and take care of what about destiny not your usual type of video game. where in a sleazy bar somewhere in kentucky it's come to see the singing done junebug what is she going to sing that's for us to decide.
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the game is kentucky route 0 this seems like those in a theater play and the player is like a co director. it all begins at an isolated gas station conway the driver for an antique store asks the why it will be his last trip to the shop he works for is closing down. conway's journey turns into an order see through the nights and through a mystical kentucky full of strange encounters and symbols for philosopher daniel martin find out this is a very special guy. because i don't think it would be relevant game perhaps one of the most relevant i've played so far because it's one of the few games that makes
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an artistic claim that can be considered as a work of. fabulous creatures confusing images each seeing is a work of art somewhere between magic realism edward hopper and the disturbing atmosphere of a david lynch film as in this scene. which calls to mind twin peaks. kentucky roots 0 has been entirely created and developed by a trio that includes kentucky by staff just jake and he has. the scenes intrinsics for julie christie singing on stage i mean you know we were totally thinking about when we wrote our scene with jim and trying to get a kind of similar. emotional effect from it it's always been really important for
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us that this game has a cultural context you know development on the game began in 2011 at that time the effects of the world financial crisis with devastating unemployment debts people losing their homes everyone conway meets has faced such experiences it's like. people being put in impossible situations and it was important to us for this particular project you know we didn't really want to have any sort of wealthy people there or. just like really wanted to focus on the. whole. market carious situations sort marginalized exploited people. kentucky route 0 presents a world where people face and have to ask system it determines their lives down to every detail and it's at the same time faceless route for us nebulous but all powerful government structures have disappeared replaced by an energy company that
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fires up everything. as players we feel the powerlessness of the individual. we can only shape the way conway gets more and more lost in debt and dependence but we cannot. fight. this into scientists of dark ages that the game doesn't stage protests or evolves and that would be an obvious choice that the individual fights back against the structures instead the basic mood of the game is melancholy the characters just tell each other what their fate is but they don't say how they could change the system gets assist him in. the game does leave a sense that utopia could be around the corner a way out of powerlessness can the perhaps be found in community with others. i would like to persist in the project. and i'd like to.
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recognize that. we're up against really difficult challenges. sort of unlikely to work but it's worth doing anyway do you we find ourselves in a town somewhere near a rootsy row what do we do now where do we go it's. a very very fine go you have a way i leave you with a short on mars to the swedish boy on our own seato who has died at the age of 19 most recently he's become known to fans of star wars and game of thrones thought it was a role in the exorcist which made him world famous i have a perhaps his most iconic movie scene was in a mall but once filmed the 7th seal where he played chess with down.
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to 6. it was a business and just. try out. our own crisis on the ground.
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