Daliborek is an industrial painter, amateur horror film-maker, composer of angry songs and a radical neo-Nazi. He is approaching 40, but he still lives with his mother. He hates his job, gypsies, Jews, refugees, homosexuals, Merkel, spiders and dentists. He hates his life, but he doesn’t know how to change it. The turning point is when his mother starts a new romance, and Daliborek decides to finally find his first love. The experiment is set to investigate and change the situation of this lonely man after he devoted his life to hate and lies. A tragicomedy about the lives of ‘decent ordinary Czechs’ who miss Hitler.
Vít Klusák was born in 1980 in Prague. He graduated in Documentary Filmmaking from Prague’s Film Academy (FAMU). In 2003 he and Filip Remunda founded Hypermarket Film, which focuses on the production of writer-director documentaries and refuses to shoot commercials on principle. The pair gained a measure of fame with Czech Dream (2004), a documentary comedy about an invented hypermarket. In this and other documentaries, Klusák reveals a strong authorial hand based on the selection of socio-critical topics and the investigation of current affairs. But he’s also a director unafraid to be ‘seen’ on camera, whether physically or in dialogue with the characters.
Selected: Czech Dream (2004), All for the Good of the World and Nošovice (2010), The Good Driver Smetana (2013), The Gospel According to Brabenec (2014), Czechs against Czechs (2015)