A new film by German film maker Detlef Buck, centered around a love story between a German man and a Cambodian ex-prostitute wins the Piazza Grande at Locarno. Buck’s comments on his “modern love story” show a progressive way of thinking. He says this story is “just an example of those who are in the world today”. Read more here.
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