Slovakia, 2008, 77 Minute Running Time
Topics: Biopic, Coming of Age, Documentary, Family Friendly
Program: Awards Buzz
Language: Slovak English Sub-Titles
Awards: Official Oscar Submission 2008, Best Foreign Language Film; FIPRESCI Winner
The phrase "love is blind" takes on an entirely new significance in this ravishing documentary that mixes whimsical animation with the real experiences of four different blind men and women. Winner of the CICAE Prize at the Cannes Film Festival's Directors' Fortnight and numerous other festival awards.
DIRECTOR: Juraj Lehotsky
Producer: Marko Skop, Ján Melis, Frantisek Krähenbiel, Juraj Chlpík, Juraj Lehotsky
Editor: Frantisek Krähenbiel
Screenwriter: Romana Vargová, Lukás Bonk
Cinematographer: Juraj Chlpík
Filmography: Debut Feature
Print Source: Autlook Filmsales
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