Little Harbour

  • December 23, 2017 / 16:00
  • December 29, 2017 / 21:00

Director: Iveta Grófová
Cast: Vanessa Szamuhelová, Matúš Bačišin, Katarína Kamencová, Johanna Tesařová
Slovakia, Czechia 2017, 85', color
Slovak with Turkish subtitles
 

A story inspired by true events about two children whose innocent play will change their lives forever. Ten years-old and living with a mother who is not yet ready to be a Mum, Jarka is pushed by her desire to love and form a family to the point where she finds herself giving shelter to two abandoned twin babies. Received the Crystal Bear award for Best Film of Berlinale Generation.

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