The White World According to Daliborek

Vít Klusák
| Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, UK
| 2017
| 105 min

Daliborek is an industrial painter, amateur horror maker, angry songs composer, and neo-Nazi. He is approaching 40, but he still lives with his mother. He hates his job, gypsies, Jews, refugees, gays, Merkel, spiders, and dentists. He hates his life, but he doesn’t know how to change it. Corrosively absurd and starkly chilling in equal measure, The White World According to Daliborek is a painfully funny portrait that raises serious questions about the disenfranchised and the face of ultra nationalism in modern Europe. This stylised tragicomedy investigates the radical worldview of “decent, ordinary people”. Just when you think this film can’t get any more absurd, it culminates in a totally surprising way.

Vít Klusák
Vít Klusák, Filip Remunda
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