|Cast:||Bibiana Nováková, Robert Roth, Petra Fornayová, Josef Kleindienst|
|Premiere:||21. September 2017|
Director: Juraj Lehotský • Scenario: Marek Leščák, Juraj Lehotský • Camera: Norbert Hudec • Music: Aleš Březina • Haircut: Radoslav Dubravský • Cast: Bibiana Nováková, Robert Roth, Petra Fornayová, Josef Kleindienst, Miroslav Pollak, Simona Kuchynková
Nina is twelve years old and her world has just been shattered to smithereens: Her parents’ marriage has broken down and they are getting a divorce. The two people who, until now, had been her strongest support are no longer able to communicate with one another, and Nina can only watch in misery as they argue to their last breath. The only certainty in her life at this juncture is her competitive swimming, but when her participation in the races is jeopardised she decides to make a radical move… Like his feature debut Miracle, Juraj Lehotský’s second film also draws on his experience as a documentarist to depict life and personal relationships without a trace of embellishment. While Miracle highlighted various social aspects, on this occasion Lehotský, together with his close colleague, respected scriptwriter Marek Leščák, turns out an intimate drama in which the viewer looks upon the world and the selfish, visionless behaviour of adults through the eyes of a 12-year-old girl. A girl who is resilient and belligerent, but also vulnerable and just as fragile as the miniature world she creates for herself in the garden shed.