Kubelka definitely attacks the emotions of the spectator. The carelessness
with which these German hunters use to kill so many animals is hard to
watch. In certain cases, I found myself looking away. However, Kubelka
shows a contrast in killing. Because both the native people and German
tourists are visually well accounted for. We see the tourists killing for fun,
where as we see the native culture in which killing is a part of the food
chain. There was a natural feeling that accompanied the natives. As a
spectator, I was not bothered by them and their actions. However, the
tourists were depicted in a disgusting manner. This disgust rose every time
an animal was killed for no reason.
I liked the fact that Kubelka gave a rise to the emotions. The film is
definitely unforgettable and vivid.
--Eva Jones, 2000
Peter Kubelka Work