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Published on Feb 11, 2013
The story of Helena, a client of a Nursing Home for Physical Disabilities, starts with moving out of her house. With the help of her caretaker, Helena has come to the decision to leave Home Háj and move into a newly established community housing, where she can begin a new, more independent life. Her main motivation is to find work in a city. Director Roman Zmrzlý follows Helena's personal development as she leaves Home Háj, and in co-operation with League of Human Rights he shoots his movie simultaneously in England, the Netherlands and Finland. As a result, we get a mosaic of different approaches of the society to employing people with disabilities and a search for an answer to a question whether we are able to accept disabled people without prejudice as equal partners.
The documentary was shot in 2012 by League of Human Rights in co-operation with the Cinétik film studio.