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Redemption Attempt of a TV Repairman Josef Lávicka in Nine Scenes  //  Pokus o duchovní nápravu opraváře televizí Josefa Lávičky v devíti obrazech (Orig.)

DIR: Lukáš Kokeš
2008 / Czech Republic / 14 min

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Stage-managed and manipulative picture, which can be viewed as an ironic pendant to poetic films celebrating the common sense, view into a static existence of a village alcoholic trying to cope with a text from the parish priest - within the context of the Christian rhetoric, the reconstructed commonness of the main character loses its meaningless nature, and the Man, on his way to catharsis through a catholic teaching, boozes away to a higher symbolic order.

About

Director Lukáš Kokeš
Screenplay Lukáš Kokeš
Dir. of Photography Lukáš Kokeš
Editing Lukáš Kokeš
Music
Sound Lukáš Kokeš, Martin Klusák
Duration 14 min
Year 2008
Country Czech Republic
Colour Black & White
Tags portrait, rural society, social issues, student
Production FAMU
FAMU
Address:  Smetanovo nábřeží 2
City:  11000 Praha 1
Country:  Czech Republic
Web:  www.famu.cz

Distribution
Festivals

IDFF Jihlava 2008
FAMUfest ...

IDFF Jihlava 2008
FAMUfest 2008
Finále Plzeň 2009
Ostrava Kamera Oko 2009

Awards

Special Mention - IDFF Jihlava ...

Special Mention - IDFF Jihlava 2008



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