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Jáma

Photography: Jiří Stejskal
Editing: Jakub Hejna
Sound: Jan Hála
Producer, Co-producer: Tomáš Hrubý (nutprodukce), Pavla Janoušková Kubečková (nutprodukce)
Color: Colour
Language: Ukrainian
Synopsis
This picturesque Ukrainian farm is not surrounded by fields, but by huge housing developments. Ominous cranes overlook Natasha’s land at the edge of Kiev, which year after year is being pushed deeper into a pit by new panel buildings. The brave owner protects not only acres of land, but also traditional family values, faith and ownership. From a bird’s-eye view of the farm, a sharp contrast emerges between the village and the city. This peculiar family business model is set forth in a four-year chronicle from the point of view of foreign visitors who don’t interfere with the way of life that the family has lived for generations.

DETAIL:
So the pit, it’s the metaphor for all humanity. Like the metaphor. Everyone is in this pit. Everyone is fighting everyone. There are human pigs, and they live like pigs – eat themselves silly and drink to excess. Their lives are impure. This is a world where I feel nothing but bliss. And the word “bliss”, I´m not talking of bliss in a materiál sense. It’s a spiritual sense.

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nutprodukce s.r.o.
Tomáš Hrubý
Bubenská 1 
Praha 7 / 170 00 / Czech Republic
info@nutprodukce.cz
+420 731 163 041
www.nutprodukce.cz
 
Festival edition: 2014
Sections: Czech Joy
Premiere Type: World Premiere
Exhibition format: Video File
Subtitle languages: Czech
Screening:
25.10.2014 22:30
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