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Hungarian and Slovak studios make the sci-fi White Plastic Sky
February 9, 2023

Hungarian and Slovak studios make the sci-fi White Plastic Sky

An interesting animated feature film faces the imminent Berlin Film Festival. It's titled White Plastic Sky and we present it to you below.
White Plastic Sky (Muanyag Egbolt) is a co-production between the SALTO Films (Hungary) and Artichoke (Slovakia), made with the rotoscoping technique (drawing on live footage) and elements and backgrounds in CG.

The film is set in the not-too-distant future, in a world without animals or plants where the price of human survival is high. In this bleak 22nd century Budapest, one young man breaks every rule to save his wife.

The film marks the debut in the world of animated productions of the multi-award-winning directors and writers due Tibor Bánóczki and Sarolta Szabó, who have been working on this production for seven years and declared "We didn't dare imagine that we would be making a post-apocalyptic movie during days of an actual real apocalypse, between climate crisis, climate refugees, pandemic, war, energy crisis. Science fiction is always about imagining a possible future. Yet White Plastic Sky seems to match what is happening right here, right now."

The film will premiere at Berlinale's Encounters competition (February 16-26). Here the trailer:

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