Set in the Czech Republic in 2013, THE WAY OUT is the story of a young Roma woman who wishes to live an ordinary life – something almost impossible for the minority she belongs to. Alone, she leads an unequal struggle against a mostly hostile majority while preserving all of her dignity and love.
- Best Film, Best Female Performance - Art Film Fest
- Klaudia Dudova
- David Istok
- Sara Makulova
- Maria Ferencova
- Petr Vaclav
- Štepán Kucera
- Florent Mangeot
- CINEMA DEFACTO
- MPM PREMIUM
- MOLOKO FILM
This story is chillingly convincing, it doesn't slide into a moralizing social indictment. It provides us with a unique insight, unencumbered by judgment, of an exotic yet nearby world.
First and foremost the film is a beautiful story about love and life, showing soberly true moments of grace (...) We are facing the best of the neo-realist tradition. The documentary is transcended by aesthetics and by a form that the director describes as "beyond reality.
Petr Václav was born in 1967 in Prague. He graduated from the Film and TV Scool of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague. His most recent work, WE ARE NEVER ALONE, was selected at the Berlinale Forum in 2016.