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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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When Love Turns to Hatred
When Love Turns to Hatred
When Love Turns to Hatred

When Love Turns to Hatred

director: Romuald Štěpán Rob
original title: Z lásky nenávist
country: Czech Republic
year: 2017
running time: 47 min.

synopsis

They all wish to lead an ordinary life. What happened after the wedding was beyond their imagination. This documentary tells a story of five women who were psychologically and physically abused by their partner/husband and found the strength to talk about their horrifying experience.

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director: Romuald Štěpán Rob
producer: Alena Müllerová
script: Romuald Štěpán Rob, Kateřina Kovářová
photography: Martin Šec
editing: Petr Kozák
music: Martin Šec, Zora Šecová
sound: František Šec

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section: Czech Television Documentaries
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section: Czech Television Documentaries
In Mosul
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