Yüklenme Tarihi: 21 Haziran 2017 - 14:47
It’s important to know where to look for them. And also who to sell them to. These words refer to moldavites, semiprecious stones found in Southern Bohemia, most likely having arrived on a meteorite. But Pavel, a geology student, doesn’t dig for profit. He and his wife Karolína are just in the process of setting up their apartment when the doorbell rings. It’s longtime friend Ka?mar come to find out if they’re interested in launching an illegal digging operation – large-scale and for money. Pavel’s moral resistance, it turns out, crumbles rather feebly… Dan Wlodarczyk’s adventure drama turns in part on viewer expectations of how dramatically the enterprise will go south, but also on the extent of Ka?mar’s toxic effect on the young couple’s lives. Yet Wlodarczyk’s loose adaptation of the novel of the same name by Ji?í Hájí?ek also reflects social undertones from the border region. At the same time, the filmmakers posit Southern Bohemia as a small-scale Wild West, trapped beyond time, where a few people experience their own version of gold fever. A true hint of adventure is something we don’t see very often in Czech cinema.