The White World According to Daliborek

  • Director – Vít Klusák
  • Producers – Filip Remunda, Vít Klusák – Hypermarket Film
  • Cinematography – Adam Kruliš
  • Sound – Michal Gábor, Richard Muller
  • Editing – Jana Vlčková
  • Executive Production – Martina Štruncová, Krystína Chalupková
  • Duration – 107 min.
  • Year –  2017
  • Country – Czech Republic, Slovakia, United Kingdom


Dalibor K. (37) is an industrial painter, amateur horror maker, the composer of angry songs, painter and a radical neo-Nazi. He is approaching 40, but he is still living with his mother Vera (63) and is yet to experience the real relationship with a woman. He hates his job, gypsies, Jews, refugees, homosexuals, Merkel, spiders and dentists. He hates his life, but he doesn’t know how to change it.

Capturing the pictures from the life of Nazi with artistic ambitions started at the moment when Daliborek’s mother met online through Facebook with Vladimir from Slovakia, who keeps dropping phrases about “turning gypsies to asphalt”. Mother’s new relationship lighted up the fire in Daliborek to finally find his first love.

The experiment is set to investigate and change, in film and society, the situation from which lonely man is coming from, a lonely man who devoted his life to hate, lie, PlayStation and Facebook. Tragicomic view into the lives of “decent ordinary Czechs” who are missing Adolf Hitler.

Screening on: 5 May / 13:00 / Kolga | 8 May / 18:00 / Amirani 4

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