PASSENGERS

How does it feel to take a backseat to your own life?

Directed by Jana Boršková
Director of Photography David Šachl, Jana Boršková
Edited by Blanka Kulová, Jiří Brožek
© Film & Sociologie, Adam Rakovský
Česká televize, 2018
Running time 77 min

BAJDY never wanted to talk about his childhood but then again none of them did. Bajdy grew up in Děčín, started to smoke weed when he was six and still smokes it. He trained as a welder. After coming back from the children’s home, he lived with his mum and did not have a job. At present, he is a casual worker.

MILAN is Pepa’s brother and hides his insecurity behind tough talk. He did not finish his apprenticeship training, but he has a job, a girlfriend and a baby.

PEPA grew up in a children’s home with his brother Milan and four other siblings from the age of ten. He trained as a cook but he does not work in catering. Despite personal setbacks, he is trying to get his life together and has a job, a home and a girlfriend.

PALI is the youngest child from a large family. His mother died. Pali ran away from the children’s home several times. He has not not learned a trade. He has three kids.

PASSENGERS

How does it feel to take a backseat to your own life?

Directed by Jana Boršková
Director of Photography David Šachl, Jana Boršková
Edited by Blanka Kulová, Jiří Brožek

Running time 77 min

BAJDY never wanted to talk about his childhood but then again none of them did. Bajdy grew up in Děčín, started to smoke weed when he was six and still smokes it. He trained as a welder. After coming back from the children’s home, he lived with his mum and did not have a job. At present, he is a casual worker.

MILAN is Pepa’s brother and hides his insecurity behind tough talk. He did not finish his apprenticeship training, but he has a job, a girlfriend and a baby.

PEPA grew up in a children’s home with his brother Milan and four other siblings from the age of ten. He trained as a cook but he does not work in catering. Despite personal setbacks, he is trying to get his life together and has a job, a home and a girlfriend.

PALI is the youngest child from a large family. His mother died. Pali ran away from the children’s home several times. He has not not learned a trade. He has three kids.