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HONEYMOON

by Jan Hrebejk

synopsis

Honeymoon is a psychological drama, a conclusion of a film trilogy consisting of previous Kawasaki's Rose and Innocence. The common theme here is a reflection of guilt and possibilities for forgiveness. The intimate story of Honeymoon takes place in one afternoon, night and next morning at a family cottage. We're at a wedding celebration which is disrupted by an uninvited guest.The story is conceived as a metaphor for social (im)possibility of getting over a tragic past.

international title: Honeymoon
original title: Líbánky
country: Czech Republic, Slovakia
sales agent: Latido Films
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Jan Hrebejk
film run: 92'
release date: CZ 22/08/2013
screenplay: Petr Jarchovský
cast: Anna Geislerová, Stanislav Majer, Jiří Černý
cinematography by: Martin Štrba
film editing: Alois Fisárek
producer: Martin Kollár, Viktor Taus
production: Fog’n’Desire Films, Czech Television, K Film plus
backing: The Czech State Fund for the Support and Development of Czech Cinematography
distributor: Falcon