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Eurorama Film Festival

Edition: 2012

Selected by the Festival: INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ETNOFILM ČADCA 2010, Čadca, Slovakia


Year of production: 2009

Country of production: Slovakia

Production: LEON Productions

Country Documentary: Slovakia, Ukraine

Duration: 72'

Film: Color

Directed by: Jaroslav Vojtek

During the night of August 30, 1946, the village Slemence, on the eastern European border, was divided by the Red Army into two parts. One part, Great Slemence, remained in Slovakia (former Czechoslovakia); the other one became a part of Ukraine (former Soviet Union) and got a new name: Little Slemence. An absurdly demarked border, similar to the famed Berlin wall, which has divided estates, cemetery and families down to the present day. The documentary portrays the bitter experience of the people from Slemence, who on the highest-security border of European Union dreams that this border will soon be opened.


Date of the projection:
23/06/2017 5:00 pm

Location of the projection:
Cinema Multisala Modena (viale S. Francesco D’Assisi, 6 – Trento)