In his documentary film trilogy, Hamburger filmmaker Volko Kamensky (*1972) explores the creation of myths, the visualizations of the imagination and stereotypes of shared memory in a formally distinctive manner. A major aspect of his work is the often conflicting relationship between image and sound. DIVINA OBSESIÓN (1999) uses 360-degree tracking shots in order to show roundabouts and their centre islands, while interviews with traffic experts can be heard in voiceover. A series of fires at the Rotenburg an der Wümme local museum and questions of home, history and historiography form the focus of ALLES WAS WIR HABEN (2004). In ORAL HISTORY (2009), a voiceover spoken by several different female voices tells of nature and community while a house on the edge of a forest straight out of a fairy tale is shown in series of slow tracking shots. The connection between the two remains uncertain to the last.