Affected by the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Gothenburg International Film Festival in Sweden will invite a fan to enjoy a unique “film feast”. According to the BBC on January 31, a Swedish nurse named Lisa Enros became the lucky man.
From January 30 to February 6, she will watch 60 films alone on a local island lighthouse for seven consecutive days, and will not bring mobile phones, computers, books and other items to the island.
According to the report, Lisa is a nurse fighting on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic, and she is also a member of a local film club who loves watching movies.
The theme of the 44th Gothenburg International Film Festival is “Social Distancing”, and the organizers hope to let everyone feel the new world of film under the pandemic.
The “winch” that allows the audience to watch the film alone on an isolated island this time is to ensure that the film can be safely screened under the pandemic.
At the same time, the organizers also hope that the audience can experience first-hand how the pandemic has changed people’s relationship with the film.
Lisa stood out from 12,000 fans around the world and won this precious “pass”.
Mirja West, CEO of the festival, said that it is very right to give this unique opportunity to an anti-pandemic hero representative.