The films were great albeit all rather similar in tone: black and white, sensual, shaky camera work, nudity in big country houses, murder on windswept beaches, slow-motion cycling, night-time shoots with people running through smokey back-lit forests, water (lots of water) - that sort of thing. Very 1980s. Very Vienna.
One video which did make me weep though was Annabel. A moving story of a little boy's inner voice.
The live set was good too - although perhaps missing that special something that a live audience gives back to a live performance.
Mind you, I was back to my crying again during Clay - a story of two soldiers' love.
So all in all a success as an event. Nice to see their videos on a big screen - but perhaps just missing that live interactive element that an audience provides.