A portrait of poet Ivan Martin Jirous. "For those who love God, all things turn out well."
All We Know Is Everything Will Turn Out Well
This film is about a freedom of human life which stays independent from inside and out. In this documentary hymn, the film presents various scenes connected by personal dedication and emotional experience with director's children, and her friends and close ones in the center of all (Karel Schwarzenberg, Dáša Vokatá, Jim Čert, Stanislav Penc, John Bok and others). The film binds them together with an invisible tie which stresses out that one cannot escape his era but one can still lead his life in his own way.
Jim Čert's Herbarium
Nostalgic Memories of Underground Solidarity
A nostalgic and melancholic memory of underground solidarity typical of the Communist era. A poetic recording of a mass held in the deer-park of a princely castle is a background to which a folk song is sung and the singer’s letteris read by a poet. Transparent and devoted to the moment and its joy, the film depicts a fragment of a meeting in the open air, identifying independent culture as a lively torrent, far from completed. And it seems that it may well includethe noble man and current Minister of Foreign Affairs, thePrince of Schwarzenberg.