The recent premieres of documentaries about former Federal Chancellor Kurz have greatly upset the Austrian public. Austrian director Kurt Langbein, who already announced the premiere of a documentary called the project a year ago Ballhausplatz namely it is not knewthat it will be overtaken by another unannounced documentary by director Sascha for just one week Köllreitner with the title of Kurz, who, however, is accused that it is not was sufficiently critical of Kurz’s political ways, while the director rejected the criticism.
“Of course we also asked questions about all the allegations and investigations, but Sebastian Kurz and his team did not provide answers,” he said.
While the people’s party supporters and Kurz himself participated in the Kurz documentary, they also attended the premiere, and at the premiere of the documentary, the project Ballhausplatzwhich is otherwise critical of the political rise and fall of Kurz, it is not there was no one, they also refused to participate in it, said director Langbein.
“Unfortunately, everyone involved around Sebastian Kurz and even he himself refused the interview invitation, so they can attribute this shortcoming to themselves,” Langbein said.
Federal parliamentary elections will be held in Austria next year, but many say that Kurz’s return to politics it is not possible, but there is now speculation as to whether he plans to start his own party after all if he is cleared in the Ibiza affair.