An interview with Zdeněk Jiráský, the director of "I Don't Love You Anymore", interviewer Lennart Mathias Männik
"“I Don't Love You Anymore” is part of PÖFFś International Youth Competition programme.
Tereza (12) and Marek (13) struggle with unhappy home lives. They board a train to escape, but their game of adulthood takes an unexpected turn.
On the screen unfolds a story of a transition from childhood to adulthood. The story is something that anyone could have been dreaming of at some point in their early life. The film holds dear the meaning of freedom. It reveals how differently one can use their freedom from one another and what kind of imbalances it might create.
The casting process for the film included almost a thousand children. A lot was improvised in this chronologically shot film, so that the children got the opportunity to live through the story.
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