Family Film

  • February 10, 2017 / 21:00
  • February 12, 2017 / 18:00

Director: Olmo Omerzu
Cast: Daniel Kadlec, Jenovéfa Boková, Vanda Hybnerová, Karel Roden, Eliska Krenková, Martin Pechlát
Czechia, Germany, Slovenia, France, Slovakia, 2015, 95’, color
Czech with Turkish subtitles

A middle-aged couple, Irena and Igor, departs for a long voyage across the ocean, with their dog Otto. They have trust upon their two children to be left home alone; they also trust video calling technologies to follow what they left behind. Bad surprises of fate and nature, getting lost in the ocean, the children that overdo enjoying their freedom or family secrets that reveal one after another… A Family Film has everything, but these are nothing compared to what Otto, the cute and talented dog has gone through!

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