Drug dealer Jiří, a girl who can’t break up with her long-term boyfriend because he’s just too damn nice, a poet living in his romantic illusion, caring mothers and enthusiastic fathers. Their lives intertwine but everyone is still holding on to his/hers own life until it is disrupted by a violent riot. Hany is a bold, detached and cynical portrayal of a society that lets time slip through its fingers. That is one of the reasons why the film was made in one continuous shot.
- Czech Republic
- 2014, 90MIN, Fiction
- DIRECTOR: Michal Samir
- CAMERA: Martin Žiaran
- SCRIPT: Michal Samir
- SOUND: Ivo Broum
- ACTORS: Jiří Kocman, Hana Vagnerová, Tereza Vítů, Ondřej Malý, Jitka Schneiderová, Pavla Tomicová
Michal Samir studied directing under James Kemp at Drama Centre London. After directing several short films and feature-length document The Last Witness from World War II, he worked as an acting supervisor on the feature debut of Matěj Chlupáček Touchless (Bez doteku). Hany is his feature debut.