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God's Stone Quarry (One Year In North Bohemia)  //  Kamenolom boží aneb jeden rok v Severních Čechách (Orig.)

DIR: Břetislav Rychlík
2005 / Czech Republic / 88 min

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"For someone, it's Gott, for another, it's Satan. I put sugar in my coffee. Each has his own truths, even the crystalline rock in the Krušné Hory mountains. The buzzard snatched the young hare and the spider lies in wait for the fly. Bulls will end up in the goulash. The sportsman wants to win, the horse wants to win, vineyard farmers want to win, and President Klaus wants to win. I'll tell on the birds in the heavens, but the energy industry must always remain a serious issue. You let someone into your home, you don't even know who they are, and they cause you harm. The devil manipulates people, but crystalline rock is everlasting." God's Stone Quarry is similar in form to Rychlík's older film, One Year, which focused on people long settled in the Horňácko region straddling the Moravian-Slovak border. At first sight, the interconnectedness of the Carpathian highlanders' lifestyle, culture, and economy with their environment, their respect for nature and the natural and divine orders of the world vastly differ from the lives of the people inhabiting Northern Bohemia's "lunar" landscape. But human dreams and desires are the same everywhere, even in a region which seems to have been written off. The film takes us on a search for happiness in a hapless land.

About

Director Břetislav Rychlík
Screenplay Břetislav Rychlík
Dir. of Photography Martin Duba, Karel Slach
Editing Tonička Janková
Music
Sound Vladimír Chrastil, Igor Pokorný, Jan Zikmund, Petr Stuchlík
Duration 88 min
Year 2005
Country Czech Republic
Colour
Tags agriculture, Czech society, energy resources, ethnic groups, industry, social issues
Production Česká televize, Film & Sociologie
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