Release Date: January 26th, 2000
Not Yet Rated|1 hr. 26 min.
"Kestrel's Eye" is a beautiful film about a family of kestrels, living in the tower of an old church, in a small village in the southwest of Sweden. Not meant to inform us about the life of a kestrel, the film is an attempt to compel us to feel like one. "Kestrel's Eye" is also a film about the life of humans. People walking dogs, digging graves, children coming home from school -- these everyday activities are also witnessed, from the birds' point-of-view.
Director: Mikael Kristersson
Distributor: First Run