Let There Be Light is a thought-provoking commentary on the growing unrest in Slovakia and in Europe at large. The guest worker Milan returns to his family for the first time in a year. In his absence, something has changed: the village is marked by an appalling event, and Milan’s son has joined a paramilitary group suspected of being involved. We follow Milan as he gradually uncovers the truth about his community.
In his debut film, director Mario Skop gives us a troubling insight into a society permeated with religion, xenophobia and toxic masculinity.
Igor Devold, Assistant Professor at the Department of Art and Media Studies at NTNU, will be present to introduce the screening on Tuesday the 3rd of March at 9 pm.