Mother Romana (48) and father Paľko (50) are living in an old village house with three teenage children. They are slowly realizing that soon they will have to say goodbye to them as they are getting older. Unexpected news about the mother's pregnancy enters these long-established ruts of family life. Parents, with reasonable fear but courage, decide to accept another child even at an advanced age. The thought of a new sibling subtly permeates the everyday life of the family and affects every single member. This happens while the youngest Eliáš (14) is out skateboarding, wearing torn shoes, and meeting his first loves. Middle Alžbeta (16) having dilemmas about what to do with her first earned money. And while the eldest, Miša (19) is already one foot away from her parents' house. An intimate observation of a functioning family, which notices the smallest manifestations of their cohesion, draws us into one complete episode, in which more than drama there is life going on.
March to May
Feature Fiction Film
85'
Director: Martin Pavol Repka
Supported by: Czech Film Fund
Presented at: Czech Film Springboard (Finále Plzeň), First Cut Lab (KVIFF 2023), First Cut+ (Trieste Film Festival 2024)

Prague, Czech Republic