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Fingers in Honey  //  Prsty v medu mám (Orig.)

DIR: Petra Nesvačilová
2011 / Czech Republic / 10 min

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Film tells the story, in poetic moments of silence, of the director’s meeting with Ivan Medek and the artist Tereza. The words from a long-ago interview with a Czech moralist talking about male honor shift the random, fluctuating images into the reality of an imbalanced relationship between a modern woman and a conflicted actor.

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Director Petra Nesvačilová
Screenplay Petra Nesvačilová
Dir. of Photography Jan Šuster, Braňo Pažitka, Lukáš Milota
Editing Jana Němčeková
Music Tata Bojs a Řekni
Sound Ladislav Greiner
Duration 10 min
Year 2011
Country Czech Republic
Colour Colour
Tags philosophical, poetic, private, student
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