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Fruit Falling of Itself | 26mins
Director: Petr Zaruba | Producer: Radka Kadlecov
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: Czech Republic
Subject Tags: culture, europe, relationships
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Documentary film about a painter and graphic artist Jiří John, who is a significant representative of the Czech post-war art. He was born in 1923 in Třešť, in the central Bohemia. The local nature inspired many of his works - the nature to which he was closely attached and was the main source of his themes. John´s work was fully appreciated after his death in 1972. The documentary film "Fruit Falling of Itself" is a fragile and attentive portrait, which was realized with people who were closest to Jiří John – his wife, also an artist, Adriena Šimotová and his brother Vladimír John. His friends – theoretician of arts Jaromír Zemina and poet and translator Jan Vladislav – complete this portrait with their erudite notice. The film attempts to show the world of the artist Jiří John to spectators.

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