100 days CZ version

Direction
Year
2009
Country
  • Czech Republic
Runtime
22min
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Life story doesn’t have a distinctive layout. It’s the same as with a picture, the first look can be directed at any point of its area, important is, that the big picture will be revealed at the end. Life is going on, people work and have children, out of love or out of lack of other motivation in life. As there is no God, the only certitude is 24 hours open Tesco hypermarket. 40 years ago, Apollo 11 landed on the the surface of the Moon. Next destination is Mars. No human project can go on without a hope of being completed in a reasonable time-limit. Maximal reasonable time-limit is the duration of a human life. What does fit into it? Béla, a retaired hungarian biomolecular scientist is waiting for death. In the meantime, he has some things to say.

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  • Original Title
    100 dnů
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Viera Čákanyová
  • Cinematography
    Vojtěch Vančura
  • Editing
    Viera Čákanyová
  • Sound
    Jan Šléška, Martin Klusák
  • Runtime
    22 min (16-30 min.)
  • Year
    2009
  • Country
    • Czech Republic
  • Format
    • Colour
  • Production

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