Eagerly awaiting the final instalment of last year’s audience favourite, the Tollywood epic Bahubali 2: The Conclusion, we return to S.S. Rajamouli’s earlier magnum opus, the 2012 Eega. Combining action extravaganza, song and dance, delirious humour and the indispensable love story of a young man reincarnated as a housefly, Eega is yet another sublime incarnation of film entertainment and a wild testament to S.S. Rajamouli’s unique vision and boundless imagination.
Young Ahmed Le Jeune Ahmed
Jean-Pierre, Luc Dardenne
Monday, 28. 09. 2020 / 18:15 / Main Hall
The Dardenne brothers, renowned for their profoundly human and socially engaged dramas depicting working-class life tackle a story about the impact of religious fanaticism on a young man.
Man With Shadow Človek s senco
Tuesday, 29. 09. 2020 / 18:00 / Main Hall
The genetic code forces people to reproduce. Infants have no choice; as helpless beings, they are subjected to training in civilisational norms determined by those in power. The film’s artistic forcefulness and aesthetic artfulness lead the viewer to a spontaneous transformation in relation to ethics, society and the reception and perception of art.