New Slovak Film with English subtitles

AMONG the Slovak films currently being screened with English subtitles at the Lumière cinema club (formerly known as Charlie’s), at Špitálska 4 in Bratislava, is Zuzana Piussi’s Krehká identita / Fragile Identity. The film is a documentary that mixes several methods and genres, and will be screened on February 22 (17:00), 23 (16:00) and 24 (18:00). It focuses on the issue of national identity and “pseudo-patriotism”. It is the final part of the director’s political trilogy (following Disease of the Third Power, about the judiciary, and From Fico to Fico, about politics). Tickets cost €4.

One of the characters from the Krehká identita / Fragile Identity movie.One of the characters from the Krehká identita / Fragile Identity movie. (Source: Courtesy of the Slovak Film Institute (SFÚ) )

AMONG the Slovak films currently being screened with English subtitles at the Lumière cinema club (formerly known as Charlie’s), at Špitálska 4 in Bratislava, is Zuzana Piussi’s Krehká identita / Fragile Identity. The film is a documentary that mixes several methods and genres, and will be screened on February 22 (17:00), 23 (16:00) and 24 (18:00). It focuses on the issue of national identity and “pseudo-patriotism”. It is the final part of the director’s political trilogy (following Disease of the Third Power, about the judiciary, and From Fico to Fico, about politics). Tickets cost €4.

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