3D Computer Animated Film
A sanctuary in the depths of the forest. Masks are waiting and getting ready. Music begins... A cage is brought. Inside, attached, is the victim. The ceremony can begin: a joyful celebration of spring.
This animated film, based on the song by Iztok Mlakar, follows the story of a simple peasant couple from their wedding to their death. The main thread of the story is a tiny deceit: throughout their whole life the wife has prepared a cheap coffee substitute, chicory, instead of coffee for her husband.
Are we truly free? Are our desires truly our own or merely imposed products of the society we live in? The question this film is asking is this: are we slaves to the culture and society we were born in or is there a way to escape after all?
The Arcadian atmosphere of a hazy underworld hosts unusual characters: an Illusionist, a Civil Entity, a Wooden Puppet and a silent, but dangerous Swordsmen. Their mysterious experiences are an allegory of the relationship between the now extinct tradition of European combat swordsmanship and the doctrine of pragmatic political action. Is the end of the allegory also a beginning of an instructive misunderstanding?
Madžarska, 2012, hd, 2:35
An image film for WWF Hungary in which the values that WWF stands for, become visible on the level of a micro-world.
Eternally dissatisfied and doomed to grow, Humanity frantically rushes along at top speed on a mad race. What if this headlong rush was not the fruit of our free will, but the result of mechanical forces ruling the universe?