An old friend visits a married couple.
A young married couple live in solitude in the country. In the mornings, the man leaves with a chainsaw to work in the forest. The woman makes the bed and cleans the house. She is happy about the visit of their family friend. Her husband is keen, too, and shows the friend the entire large farmstead. Everything is quite dilapidated but that is a challenge to the owner. Saving the old house brings him the feeling of continuity with the past and he has the courage to restore it. But the young woman puts on a jacket over her dress and goes to the forest to weep her troubles away – it seems apparent that the solitude was not her choice. They spend the evening drinking wine. When the friend leaves for the toilet, the wife asks her husband if he loves her. He answers more soothingly than lovingly. At night, the woman sneaks out off the bedroom and goes up to the sleeping friend. The husband wordlessly watches her leaving. The friend is asleep and the woman sits on his bed. The visitor leaves the next morning. The woman sadly leans against the wall of the house. The man sits in the forest on an uprooted tree.
David Kerbach, František Kölbel, Nike Papadopulos, Pavel Prokop, J. Havel
René Pařez (kytara), Jiří Šedivý (kytara)