Peter Švrče, a confident and ambitious young man, is worried about Slovakia's future and the arrival of migrants. If there’s going to be a war, Peter wants to be prepared for it. So, in his free time he leads a paramilitary group of dozens of men. Slovenskí Branci, the "Slovak recruits" has the mission to train the real leaders of tomorrow. The group gives talks in high schools and helps out at folkloric events. Without passing judgement, director Jan Gebert observes the group’s rise in popularity.
Screening followed by a Q&A with the director