Documentary film tells the story of a group of archeologists who worked on a research of the Vizmburk Castle in the district of Trutnov. The research waged in the years 1972 – 1983 led by PhDr. Antonín Hejna CSc. After it was finished the castle wasn’t passed on as a national monument but it was left as it was. A group of participants in an archaeological excavation continue to meet, while their castle the sand is again slowly vanishing. The film focuses on relationships which came to existence due to the castle, on the disappearance of the castle, on the reaction of the neighbors, on the passing time and the understanding of presence and the celebration of one big friendship.
Great-grandson, grandson, son - grandson, son, father - son, father, grandfather - father, grandfather, great-grandfather. A portrait of a man in four roles. Four perspectives of the world, different in their form, similar in their notion of their surroundings. Passing down tradition as a parallel to the maintaining of existence. Faith. In man? In God? In music? Banalities making up the whole life. Banalities carrying both the beauty and cruelty of living. The stress of rationality against the piece of mind. An imaginary documentary non-story about the feelings of a man and the music each of us has inside, however, often pushed beyond the border of hearing.
The Spirit of the Talking Book
A portrait of Pavel, a blind sound engineer, who has surpassed many obstacles and focused on living a good life through using his wonderful talent.