A little girl feels out of place at a funeral. While the bereaved adults stand about stiffly with grim faces the little girl runs off and is given a balloon as a gift outside the cemetery. The girl returns to the funeral procession; she is delighted because the face on her balloon reminds her of the deceased, her own father. BARDO is a Tibetan word meaning ‘in-between state’; the film invites the viewer to take a more light-hearted approach to death.
by Marija Apchevska
with Marija Blagoevska, Maja Velijkovik, Ljupka Dzundeva, Kiril Psaltirov, Marin Babik
Macedonia 2011 14’ empfohlen ab 10 Jahren

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