Translation: Jiří Našinec, Dybbuk 2009The intertwined stories of several mostly underpriviledged characters, who live in tiny flats form a piece of puzzle the result of which is portrait of the Soviet everyday reality of the early 1980s. On the background of the upcoming historical changes the big and small tragedies are portrayed and the sense of absurdity is softened by compassion.
A popular denominatiion of the administrative building used nowadays by city district Prague 8 stems from the colour of stone on its facade. The so-called White House was built towards the end of the 1980s for the local Communist government. However, due to the Velvet Revolution the communists never had time to move in…
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