On the brim of civilisation there lives a lost Contaheli tribe - a blue-eyed people with fancifully pinned up flaxen dreadlocks and faces covered in tribal patterns. Their bodies are lithe and their movements - graceful. When they play the etnofuturistic instruments moulded from sticks and strings, or actually dance with their whole bodies, they connect to the Cosmos. It is a moment of transcendence: time holds still and the forest transforms into a fern Jurassic park. Conteheli are beautiful, young and immortal. This ideal world is intruded upon by a railway officer, Walser. Lame, slovenly, stuck in his uniform - Walser is the complete opposite of the forest people. Try as he might, he can’t delve into their idyllic world or learn their incomprehensible language and brings with him only chaos and destruction.
What I Want
Today’s Silesia. For a 25-year-old Ariel his life is all about his beloved football team and his dog. To a 20-year-old Karolina, a single mum of a 1-year-old, a cheerleader’s career seems a chance for a better life. Their meeting is a chance for them to fulfil their desires, only seemingly different.
Who Painted My Friend
A pair of detectives - hippo Hip Hip and weasel Hurra - are solving another mystery. There is a horserace in their town. The race favourite asks Hip Hip and Hurra for help, as his girlfriend stopped recognising him.
Who Stole the Sun
At Hip Hip and Hurra’s office everybody’s preparing for Christmas. Giraffe is commissioned to paint a family portrait for Gorilla. Problem is, she needs to hurry because somebody’s stealing the sun. Will the brave detectives solve the case this time, as well?
Abstract fun with form on the subject of art.