31 kaviar-socialističnih psov

31 Champagne-Socialist Dogs

  • Documentary Film
  • 73’
  • 2020
  • Slovenia

The filmmaker follows the protests against the government led by PM Janez Janša in Ljubljana, Slovenia, from 26 June and 7 August 2020. He films the action from his bike, focusing on the protesters’ dogs, while capturing the spirit of the events, the urban character of the city, and the uprising against the government, corruption, and attempts to rewrite history. On 9 May, Janša called protesters

The filmmaker follows the protests against the government led by PM Janez Janša in Ljubljana, Slovenia, from 26 June and 7 August 2020. He films the action from his bike, focusing on the protesters’ dogs, while capturing the spirit of the events, the urban character of the city, and the uprising against the government, corruption, and attempts to rewrite history. On 9 May, Janša called protesters ‘Champagne socialists’. On 19 June, the police fenced in the Republic Square in front of the Parliament. In June 2020, Slovenian citizens were banned from attending the Statehood Day ceremony for the first time in the history of independent Slovenia.

Director Marko Vrbič
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Alternative title
31 Champagne-Socialist Dogs (english)
Production countries
Slovenia
Languages
slovenian
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Duration and length
73 minutes
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