18/03/2008 Press

Heartbeat Detector acclaimed by US press

The American press has seen in the film an arthouse version of Michael Mann, also linking the picture with Godard's early work, when plot and purpose were intensely bound. "Moments of visual wonder that Fellini would have commended." According to Chris Cabin from Filmcritic.com. They also agreed to avoid hasty comparisons that could elude the mastered singularity of Nicolas Klotz's work, skilfully questioning the very core of our societies. "The film ends not in closure, but in openness. It is precisely those qualities that give Heartbeat Detector its epic sense of humanity." says Scott Foundas for Villagevoice.com