Director: Miro Remo | Producer: Miro Remo
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
The film is a story of a mother and her son Lubos who live in a world turned upside-down, or, arsy-versy. Lubos broke free from the world as generally conceived by others to arrive at the supreme human-nature symbiosis; he flew away to a planet purely inhabited by butterflies - intelligent beings. The sole focus of his life energy, enriched by a great deal of empathy, is being channeled into his amateur photography and film-making, the climax of his fascination with natural phenomenon being his unique study of bats. By way of communicating with the upside-down creatures by which he is fascinated, he attempts to achieve the utmost understanding between man and beast. He is assisted by his mother who has been a great research and life support to him, but is now apprehensive about her sonâ€™s future. "What will become of the kid?" she wonders. Those who "knew" him thought him lost up to the moment they saw the arsy-versy film; now itâ€™s them who are losing it!