Last year Jan I shot a 9 minute short called Bus for a New York Director, Pranav Vora. His concept was unique – there will be no cuts in the film. So, the whole film unfolds for 9 minutes without any cuts.
The film opened at MIAAC film festival last Nov. and was screened at Tribeca cinemas and Musuem for Arts and Design. Hope it goes for more festivals.
Nelze jinak než vřele doporučit. Samotný film je velice pěkně zpracovnaý a hluboké myšlenky jsou prezentovány v kontextu nejtěžších životních zkoušek. Je to odvážný pohled na smysl života a existenci vesmíru. Po představení v malém sále jsme vedli diskuzi s režisérem která sama byla velice zajímavá a ještě podtrhla dojem z celého filmu. Navíc se s námi režisér podělil o několik zajímavostí kolem vzniku filmu a o knize, která má defakto hlavní roli ve filmu. Opravdu to stojí za to. Nenechte se odradit tím, že to je sekce nezávislých. Doporučuji!!!
There is no other possibility than recommend warmly. Whole movie is very precisely shooted and the big thoughts are presented in context of the hardest situations in life. It is brave look at the sense of life and the existence of universe. After the screening in smlall projection room there was a discussion with the director which was verry interesting and enhanced the impression of the movie. The director also told us some interesting details about making the movie and about the book, which acctualy has the main role in this movie. It really worth it. Don’t be scared by the fact, that this movie is in the section of Independent movie makers. I really recommend it!!!
I can’t guarantee that the grammar of my translation is perfect, but I hope you’ll be able to see what I wanted to tell.
Film screenings: 625 – 9.7., 18:30, Small Hall – Thermal 7E5 – 10.7., 22:00, Espace Dorleans Cinema
R(evolution) | R(evolution)
Director: Mustafa Zaveri
India, 2007, 80 min,
This independent Indian debut will captivate audiences with its sunny location in a tranquil bay. There, the emotionally and existentially wounded protagonists find a new will to live through healthily exaggerated dialogues about life and the universe, in which Eastern and Western philosophies blend with science and a predilection for Frisbee playing.