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The story of a girl named Janik (Johny-boy; due to the disappointments that occured during her father`s life and his consequent bitterness towards women; also the reason he has no son) will be set in a small Ruthinian village and in Prague. The story speaks of Slovak and Czechoslovak paradoxes, prejudices, and coming to peace with history; the problem of accepting the foreign and the valuable. The tragedy of the story is supressed by humour, because eastern Slovakia is full of bizzardness, but also human warmth, honesty and openness. To experience and come to know the essence of the Ruthinian soul and its vertical motion from hell to heaven and vice versa should be one of the goals of the realisation of this future film.