Slovenian film Class Enemy presented at the Festival of European Films 'West Wind' in Moscow
In the frame of the Festival of European Films 'West Wind', which took place in Moscow between 15 and 19 October 2014, the film Class Enemy directed by Slovenian director Rok Biček has been screened.
The film, based on a true story, impressed the audience. The story is set in one of Slovenian secondary schools, where pupils do not want to except the requirements and teaching methods of their new German teacher. After their classmate committes a suicide, they blame their teacher for her action. All this affects their relationship, that is becoming more and more tense. These results in a series of events and happenings that change the live of a teacher as well as the lives of the pupils forever.
Director Rok Biček attended the screening of the film at Kino Horizont in Moscow. At this occasion he has presented the audience the background and other interesting stories when creating the film.
The screening was attended by the staff of the Embassy of Slovenia in Moscow. Deputy Head of Mission Ms. Andreja Purkart Martinez addressed the audience at this occasion.