Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2014

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It's Time for Supper (Country: Japan; Year: 2013; Director: Saki Muramoto)
Playtime ends at the five o’clock chime. Then comes the vague period between playtime and dinner time at home.
Killing Auntie (Zabicie Ciotki ) (Country: Poland; Year: 2013; Director: Mateusz Głowacki)
Twenty-three-year-old Jurek lives with his aunt, who does her best to provide the boy with everything he needs. Weary of the stability and security of life under a constant watchful eye, he decides to change his destiny.
So It Goes (Country: Finland; Year: 2012; Director: Antti Heikki Pesonen; Writer: Mika Lehtinen, Antti Heikki Pesonen; Stars: Armi Toivanen, Santeri Helinheimo, Juha Kukkonen, Max Ovaska, Sanna-Kaisa Palo, Asko Sahlman, Mazdak Nassir, Mursu Heikkilä, Iris Olsson, Jussi Rautaniemi, Anu Maja, Lasse Nousiainen, Tero Salenius, Silja Nuotio, Lena Duncker)
Elli, a working class woman, has never travelled outside Finland. Now she gets to choose between a foreign cruise or love, but she can’t have both.
The Strange Photographer And The Solitude (Der fremde Fotograf und die Einsamkeit) (Country: Germany; Year: 2012; Director: Jan Eichberg, Willy Hans; Writer: Jan Eichberg, Willy Hans, Willy Hans; Stars: Eva Löbau, Marc Zwinz, Laura Reichwald, Monika Plura)
Thierry is a photographer on a visit to a foreign city. He is looking for the museum. Isabelle is lonesome and helps him out.
The Swedish Job (Szwedzka robota) (Year: 2011; Director: Paweł Ziemilski)
Three small-town thugs take on a job that will shock the world.
Why Are All the Seats So Far Apart in This Light-Rail Station? (Miért vannak olyan messze a székek a HÉV-megállóban?) (Country: Hungary; Year: 2013; Director: Áron Ferenczik)
A visit to Budapest.
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