In her original concept of a film as a computer game, the author presents her personal report from Budapest where she was spent a year as a student.
viewers take part in a game, going through several levels that put them into
everyday situations related to the issues of the contemporary Hungarian
society: they see the capital with the eyes of tourists, but they are mostly
forced to use the subjective perspective of the Hungarians to think about the
freedom of art, the right to education, medical care, and the questionable
Hungarian political situation in general where the name of the Hungarian Prime
Minister, Viktor Orban, is often heard again and again.
Dir. Kateřina Turečková, 2018, Czech Republic, 52min
Screening via provided link:
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Kateřina Turečková originally studied the Theory and history of dramatic arts at Palacký University in Olomouc; later, she went to study at the Documentary Film Department at the FAMU in Prague where she made her personal documentary miniatures such as Strip (2015), The Invertebrates (2015), Lenka (2016) and Tradition (2017).
Part of DOCU-MONDAYS: Powerful Voices series celebrating a bold female perspective on controversial and compelling issues within contemporary society by leading Czech women directors .