In a confrontation with her mother Olga Sommerová, the maker of the documentary enters into dialogues about life. A friendly duel between two generations, two women - mother and daughter. The mother - a well-known film director, the daughter - a film director at the beginning of her career. Their dialogues are intimate, spontaneous, loving, excited, dramatic and confrontational, their subjects being the groping search for one's sense of self, the desire for love and recognition, interpersonal relationships, the social position of men and women, and professional disputes over documentary film. They are also about unfulfilled desires, ageing and fear. Two Olgas, two directors, two views on life and the world. Opening shots, their first photographs together. The (un)censored dialogue starts as follows: "I wanted you so badly. I got you by praying. No, not praying. I fought for you." -"So it was out of love, wasn't it?"
NATO Inside Our Hearts
Taking advantage of the NATO summit in Prague, the documentarists contemplate whether representatives of the socio-political elite perceive the values of Euro-American civilization in the same way as ordinary citiziens.
We Outlived Our Children
Looking into the grave of one's own child is considered by most parents the worst personal tragedy. In this country, there is no support group for people who had to go through such a tragic experience. The film presents the attitudes of parents who took the difficult journey from despair to acceptance. Their children died in car crashes, after serious illnesses, were killed or committed suicide. The film wants to help all of us to accept the inevitable and at the same time to strengthen our awareness of the importance of relationships and real values.
Justice of the World...