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Tell Me Something About Yourself- Martin  //  Řekni mi něco o sobě - Martin (Orig.)

DIR: Helena Třeštíková
1994 / Czech Republic / 60 min

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The unique film cycle "Řekni mi něco o sobě" was started in the spring of 1989 by director H. Třeštíková. Utilizing her exceptional method in which she follows the subjects over a period of time, Třeštíková focuses on the youth correctional facility in Libkovice. The material was shot over a period of two to five years and captures not only the changes in the lives of the protagonists, but also transformations of the whole society.

MARTIN

"The whole film talks about the time when I was first locked up, from sixteen till now, I’m 22 now, and during that whole time I was out maybe five months, and I’ve really had it by now. It’s also about why I’d given my life to Jesus Christ and then failed that Jesus in me because I was tempted by earthly pleasures; and it’s also about how every time I’m ready to start a new life, I get locked up again because it’s always too late. It’s just too late. That’s the greatest shame and that’s what it’s about..."

About

Director Helena Třeštíková
Screenplay Třeštíková Helena
Dir. of Photography Martin Kubala, Petr Pešek, Stano Slušný, Ivan Vojnár
Editing Petras Jan, Martin Steklý
Music
Sound Vladimír Nahodil, Michal Houdek, Lumír Turek
Duration 60 min
Year 1994
Country Czech Republic
Colour
Tags Czech society, long-term observation, portrait, private, social issues, youth
Production AFiS - Asociace Film & Sociologie
AFiS - Asociace Film & Sociologie
Address:  Pod Zvonařkou 10
City:  120 00 Praha 2
Country:  Czech Republic
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Phone:  +042 222 561 410
Fax:  +042 26121 1354

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