SAVE DALIBOREK! We are collecting money to finish our documentary feature film about gentle neo-nazi The White World According to Daliborek. It will be used to cover both picture and sound postproduction, English subtitles and other debts. Thank you!
Author: Klusák & Remunda
Documentary filmmaker Vít Klusák discovered the main protagonist – neonazzi Dalibor (37) on Youtube where he saw his video Daliborek’s baton. At first he thought that it was an actor parodying a neonazzi. But soon he discovered that Daliborek was no actor, that he was a real person who lived with his mother in a small flat in Prostějov, Czech Republic. Klusák contacted Dalibor via Youtube, but Dalibor refused to meet the filmmaker as he was afraid that Klusák might be a policeman. So Klusák decided to go to Prostějov and to spend a whole day walking around the city and visiting bars and restaurants with Dalibor’s photo hoping that somebody would recognize him. He was just about to give up after few long unsuccessful hours when he met a friend of Dalibor’s father Adolf (*1921).
The goal of our film is to demystifie the problema of Czech national nacism, both the openly aggressive and the latent one (“I’m not a racist but…”). We want to use an example of this boy from Prostějov to show that the formula FEAR + FRUSTRATION = HATRED is not just a quotation from a school book.
The White World According to Daliborek is a film portrait of an authentic Czech neonazzi from Prostějov which Vít Klusák and his crew had been following for two years (2015 - 2016). Dalibor K. has a job painting gardening machinery, makes amateur horror movies and writes angry songs. He is a radical neo-Nazi, although he has never physically assaulted anyone. Approaching 40, he has never had a real relationship, as he still lives with his mother Věra (63). He hates his job, his boss, the Gypsies, refugees, homosexuals, Angela Merkel, spiders and dentists. He hates his life, but he has no idea how to change it.
Shooting fragments from life of this authentic neonazzi with artistic ambitions started in the same time when Dalibor’s mum met Slovak Vladimír on Facebook (47). Vladimír is very opened about how much he hates gypsies. The film is a tragicomical insight to the lives of ordinary white people who openly miss Hitler.
Because of the filming purposes we had made a bus covered with posters inviting people to come to Auschwitz for a trip. We were inspired by real travel agencies that offer trips to concentration camps as if those were Disneyland. Somebody took a picture of our bus and that’s how a huge bus-gate case started in the media: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3743038/Auschwitz-families-furious-tour-firm-uses-bus-images-showing-Nazi-death-camp-fun-tourist-destination.htm
We are a documentary film production Hypermarket Film
DIRECTOR, SCREENWRITER, PRODUCER Vít Klusák
Graduate of the Department of Documentary Film at FAMU (Film and Television School of the Academy of Performing Arts) Prague, since 2005 he has been teaching in the same department (Film Narration seminar). In 2004 he co-directed with Filip Remunda successful film Czech Dream broadcasted by more than 30 international TV channels and won prizes at festivals in Kraków, Jihlava, Ljubljana and Århus. The World According to Daliborek, Klusák’s latest film was developed in The GoodPitch Workshop 2016. We had a privilege to consult this film with Joshua Oppenheimer, director of Oscar winning documentary The Act of Killing..
It is very simple. We need finances to finish our film, to complete postproduction, to pay our crew, to sort music rights et cetera.