Moravia, O Fair Land III.

2DOR15
Director:Petr Šprincl
Cast:Ivana Slabáková, Ján Sedal, Zdeněk Junák, Aleš Zbořil
Length:68 minutes
Genre:Documentary

Moravia, O Fair Land III.

Moravia, O Fair Land III.; Petr Šprincl, 2019, versions: OR, languages: ces

Director: Petr Šprincl • Scenario: Lukáš Jiřička • Camera: Matěj Piňos, Petr Šprincl, Marie Hájková, Michal Böhm • Cast: Ivana Slabáková, Ján Sedal, Zdeněk Junák, Aleš Zbořil, Eva Brettschneiderová-Machourková

The last part of the trilogy reflecting the history, identity and culture of Moravia as an autonomous enclave of its own kind. Ivana Slabáková, singer in the legendary Moravanka band, announces the finding of a historical sensation – the Mikulčice manuscript, which reveals the historical importance of Great Moravian Empire culture. Yet this manuscript is a parodical and fake text elaborated to prove the importance of Great Moravia’s literary culture. Slabáková gathers regional cultural figures to theatrically stage this text (which closely resembles the Maryša script by the Mrštík brothers): a Great Moravian drama The Fall of Argema... The predominant theme of the trilogy is to explore the roots of Moravian nationalism. However, everything is portrayed with exaggeration.

Length: 68 min

Year: 2019

Country of origin:

  • Czech Republic

Language version:

OR - Original version (czech)

Director: Petr Šprincl • Scenario: Lukáš Jiřička • Camera: Matěj Piňos, Petr Šprincl, Marie Hájková, Michal Böhm • Cast: Ivana Slabáková, Ján Sedal, Zdeněk Junák, Aleš Zbořil, Eva Brettschneiderová-Machourková

The last part of the trilogy reflecting the history, identity and culture of Moravia as an autonomous enclave of its own kind. Ivana Slabáková, singer in the legendary Moravanka band, announces the finding of a historical sensation – the Mikulčice manuscript, which reveals the historical importance of Great Moravian Empire culture. Yet this manuscript is a parodical and fake text elaborated to prove the importance of Great Moravia’s literary culture. Slabáková gathers regional cultural figures to theatrically stage this text (which closely resembles the Maryša script by the Mrštík brothers): a Great Moravian drama The Fall of Argema... The predominant theme of the trilogy is to explore the roots of Moravian nationalism. However, everything is portrayed with exaggeration.

Year: 2019

Country of origin:

  • Czech Republic

Language version:

OR - Original version (czech)


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