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Bananas Kids  //  Banánové děti (Orig.)

DIR: Martin Ryšavý
2009 / Czech Republic / 63 min

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The main theme is based on comparisons of life stories of several child heroes, or several Vietnamese families settled in the Czech Republic. Whereas the adults spend most of their time working, speak badly Czech and feel homesick, their kids learn Czech at school, become accustomed to Czech environment more quickly, speak Czech better than Vietnamese and have only a weak relation to their country. Vietnamese kids then begin a common part of children collective in the Czech Republic. In general the film mainly shows a life of people from two very different cultures and the pace of assimilation processes with an emphasis on expressing the differences in traditional ways of family common life and comparing value scales.

About

Director Martin Ryšavý
Screenplay Šárka Martínková, Katarína Geyerová Buchanan, Martin Ryšavý
Dir. of Photography Jan Procházka, Martin Ryšavý
Editing Katarína Geyerová Buchanan
Music
Sound Hana Daňková, Jan Čeněk
Duration 63 min
Year 2009
Country Czech Republic
Colour Colour
Tags children, Czech society, ethnic groups, social issues, youth
Production MILD production c/o Grant-Produkce
MILD production c/o Grant-Produkce
Address:  U družstva Život 30
City:  140 00 Praha 4
Country:  Czech Republic
Web:  www.mildproduction.com
E-mail:  
Phone:  +420 261 090 353
Cell phone:  +420 602 626 474
Fax:  +420 261 090 358

Distribution
Festivals

One World Film Festival ...

One World Film Festival
Film Festival Zlín
IDFF Jihlava
Dialektus - Budapest

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