Virginal 25-year-old Daniel studies at the literary academy in Prague, where his output caused friends to wonder whether he might be a paedophile. Through the publication of his autobiographical writings, Daniel thus came out.
In this remarkable documentary, Daniel embarks upon a quest for understanding, as he comprehends that his sexual orientation towards underage boys is one society can never sanction, nor one that he can ever act upon. But will his request for participation prove a bridge too far for Prague's avowedly all-inclusive Pride March?
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Daniel’s World (Danieluv svet)
Director Veronika Lišková maintains a critical distance from her subject and straddles a very fine line throughout, neither endorsing nor scorning Daniel and his community's concerns and conduct but rather letting them speak for themselves.