Eliecer Gaspar’s review published on Letterboxd:
Nothing ventured, nothing gained, or how capital turns labor and creativity into a detail. Nothing Ventured is a companion to Still life (1997), one of the premier films about alienation, in which Harun Farocki says:
“When you look at objects, the people who produce them remain unimaginable. The spectator who understands this becomes unimaginable to himself. This is the departure for a new image of man."