With this daring motto, playfully ironic visual design and primarily interesting film selection, Visegrad Film Festival presented its programme in Cork, Ireland. How was it, where does it go and why is it actually held in Ireland?
The Tadpole, the Rabbit and the Holy Ghost // Pulec, králík a duch svatý (Orig.)
2007 / Czech Republic / 26 min
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For four years, the orthodox priest Libor Halík has been singing psalms aloud outside the maternity hospital in Brno. This is his everyday protest against abortions. The documentary features a man who is convinced that Czech people prefer laziness to hard-working Christian love, that abortion is murder, homosexuality is perversion, and atheism is a deadly sin. His prayer guard outside the "abortion factory" meets with opposition, but he still goes on holding the cross and saying: You can never be a prophet in your own house and land. The film was awarded at IDFF Jihlava 07 as the best Audience film.
|Dir. of Photography||Vít Klusák|
|Sound||Michal Gábor, David Nagy, Václav Flegl|
|Tags||ethnic groups, portrait, religion|
Address: Kavčí hory
City: 140 70 Praha 4
Country: Czech Republic