KineDok Movie Screening – Event
“The magic life of V”
When? 28 April, 19:00
Where? Cafe “Peika” Address: ul. “Beethoven” 12, 4000 Tsentar, Plovdiv
Because of COVID19 Restrictions, we can accommodate up to 15 people. If you want to save a spot, please do so by registering on via this link
The event is for free.
Come 15 minutes before to grab a drink from the bar and to take your spot.
We continue to screen Kinedok documentaries and invite you to the following screening at Cafe Peyka on April 28 at 7:00 p.m.
We have already had two documentaries screened, before the lockdown, which have been very popular and interesting, so we want to continue these events. After the movie we will have the opportunity to reflect together on what we have seen.
KineDok is a new kind of international community, a unique film club and an alternative distribution platform, connecting both the fans and makers of creative documentaries. In its pilot edition, 12 thought-provoking East and Central European documentaries were screened at more than 20 non-traditional venues in each of the participating countries: Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Poland and Croatia.
KineDok is an alternative distribution network for European creative documentaries. Screenings at more than 200 untraditional venues in seven European countries.
Our next movie is “The magic life of V”, Direction: Tonislav Hristov.
Watch the trailer HERE
25 year-old Veera braces herself to face the past. She goes to therapy sessions and talks about her problems, but that alone is not enough. She goes LARPing where people physically enact their characters and pursue goals within a fictional setting, while interacting with each other. In the imagined world of the game, Veera becomes V. and can do things that real Veera cannot. There she finds friends and kindred spirits who offer her support and understanding. In real life, Veera is still not able to meet her alcoholic father after 14 years of estrangement. She is also struggling to protect her mentally disabled brother Ville against their father’s booze offers as well as against bullies from the community. In her despair, Veera decides to introduce her brother to LARPing. And as she guides him through the world of multiple roles and identities, witches and wizards and medieval knights, she finally finds the courage to face the demons of her past.
If you have the time, love documentaries, watching movies and discussing with other people, then this is your chance to spend an extraordinary evening at Cafe Peyka with other people with similar interests and with a cup of hot tea.
The original language of the movie is Finnish, English, Bulgarian and we have English subtitles.