The Garden

  • December 13, 2017 / 17:00
  • December 17, 2017 / 14:00

Director: Martin Šulík
Cast: Roman Luknár, Zuzana Sulajová, Jana Svandová, Marián Labuda
Slovakia, France, 1995, 99', color
Slovakça; Türkçe altyazılı
 
The young Jakub leads a discontented life: not gratified by his Job and incapable of making his relationship with a married woman work, he is forced to share an apartment with his father with whom he is on very bad terms. To escape from the grey reality that surrounds him, the boy decides to move, for a short time, to his grandfather's old house in the country. Here Jakub finds his grandfather's diary which enables him to discover the charm of a simple and forgotten world: he learns how to prepare plum liqueurs, to make bread and to mow the lawn of the large garden; he receives a visit from three mysterious men and makes the acquaintance of Helen, an inscrutable and fascinating girl. His short holiday becomes increasingly prolonged and Jakub's life undergoes a radical change, before even he has the time to realize it.

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