The Sun in a Net
- Original title
Slnko v sieti (Sunshine in a Net / Catching the Sun in a Net)
- Running time
- 90 min.
Stanislav Szomolányi (B&W)
Filmové Studio Bratislava
Drama | Teen/coming-of-age. Small Town Life (Non-North American). Czechoslovak New Wave
- Synopsis / Plot
- The Sun in a Net is a lyrical story about the emotions arising among two young people who pretend cynicism and rejection towards society in an attempt to hide their insecurities, lack of experience and fear of adult life. It. is the very first Slovak film in the history of Slovak cinema to take on the theme of the natural differences of values and social life in urban and rural settings. The film is considered the beginning of the New Wave in Slovak and Czech cinema of the 1960s.
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