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Architect of Brutal Poetry

Architect of Brutal Poetry

Ladislav Kaboš

Slovakia | 2021 | 1 h 10 min
English, German, Portuguese |
Subtitles: English
An old man doesn’t recognize his own face in the mirror. He has Alzheimer’s disease. His memories are gradually fading. One day, he decides to tell his reflection the story of his life. That man is the Slovak-born Brazilian architect Hans Broos. Described as a brutalist architect”, he is known for his characteristic cement buildings, to which he adds a touch of poetry. Here we follow the melancholy stroll of the architect, played by an actor, as he recalls his life.
Also presented:
40th International Festival of Films on Art, Canada (2022)
Director Ladislav Kaboš
Production Michael Kabos, Pedro Rosa, Darina Smržová

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Ladislav Kaboš

Ladislav Kaboš

Ladislav Kaboš finished his studies at Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU) in 1980, the same year he debuted with the film Children Looking At Us. This film was awarded second prize in Varna in 1981. After his social documentary Starina and Carnival in Sebechleby in 1983, the communist government prohibited him to work on his further project because of the critical point of view of his films. In 1993, after the Velvet Revolution, he founded his own company, Media Film. Currently, he is working on his documentary film projects and is also shooting films for TVs in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. He has received many awards for his films.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Kapela (2018)
Farby piesku (2015)
Krvavé piesky Líbye (2013)
Vsetky moje deti (2013)
The Man Who Changed Shanghai (2010)

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