28th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
director: Jindřich Andrš
original title: Tělo-duše-pacient
country: Czech Republic
running time: 23 min.
synopsisThe medical profession requires not only detailed knowledge of diagnostic and treatment procedures, but also personal qualities or communication skills. Can these be taught? Jindřich Andrš' observational film shows new ways of teaching at the Second Faculty of Medicine of Charles University. We follow medics who find themselves in challenging simulated and real situations - for the first time in the role of a doctor.
"I must say that this is a style of teaching that we have not had the chance to encounter before, and the actual experience is absolutely irreplaceable. The emotions are real and you don't feel comfortable at all."
biographyJindřich Andrš (1994) studied documentary filmmaking at FAMU, film studies at Charles University and Edinburgh Napier University. He works as a director, screenwriter and producer. His film A New Shift (2020) was nominated for the Czech Lion and won the Best Czech Documentary Film Award at Ji.hlava IDFF.
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|Eliška Andršová Cílková