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by Ladislav Kaboš


Marian Kuffa, a charismatic parish priest and a man of action, with “his children”– former convicts, the homeless and drug addicts, has embarked on his most difficult mission. He has decided to help the poorest Roma to survive the cold and biting frost in their modest, hastily built dwellings. “Don’t love people according to their merits but according to their needs,” runs Kuffa’s motto. He has been helping people living on the fringe of society for the past 20 years. With "his children" he built a new home for disabled seniors, single mothers, battered children and former prostitutes. All of them have been to hell and back and found new hope. On their farm, they raise horses, grow grain, bake bread, make wooden toys. They have already mastered building trades. But not every story has a happy ending. We trace the stories of Marian Kuffa and several main characters from the Roma settlements over 3 years. A story of courage, the power of humanity and love.

international title: All My Children
original title: Všetky moje deti
country: Czech Republic, Slovakia
year: 2013
genre: documentary
directed by: Ladislav Kaboš
film run: 90'
release date: SK 13/02/2014
cinematography by: Michael Kaboš
film editing: Michal Kondrla, Darina Smržová
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