Evidence of the Not Yet Known
|Title||Evidence of the Not Yet Known|
|English title||Evidence of the Not Yet Known|
|Director||Maria von Hausswolff|
Evidence of the Not Yet Known takes place in an architectural landmark, Rudolph Schindler’s Fitzpatrick Leland House (1936). Posited as a distant memory from the house’s fictional past, the film references Hollywood clichés alongside glimpses into a world of secret scandals such as suicides, love affairs, murders and accidents.