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Prikler

Mátyás Prikler

Slovakia

Biography

Mátyás PRIKLER (b. 1982, Slovakia) studied film directing at the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (Film and TV Faculty) in Bratislava, after which he continued to study at the Film Academy in Budapest, Hungary. After graduating in 2006, he made several short films and documentaries. Fine, Thanks is his feature debut.

Filmography (selection):
The Life of a Fly (2002, short), Önarckép-Autoportrét/Autoportrait (2004, short), Oni nie sú tvoj muž /They Are Not Your Husband (2006, short), Dalšie dejstvo/A Following Act (2006, short), Juraj Kubánka (2008, short), Dakujem, dobre/Thanks, Fine (2009, short), Dakujem, dobre/Fine, Thanks (2012)

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Fine, Thanks

Ďakujem, dobre (Orig.) / 2013 / Slovakia / 128 min

A realistic drama about a company in which everyone is hit by the financial crisis. In three main stories, we follow different Slovaks who wrestle with everyday worries and issues such as alcoholism, divorce and family dramas.

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