This poignant road movie about two older men coming to terms with the past stars the great Czech director Jirí Menzel (Closely Watched Trains) and Peter Simonischek (Toni Erdmann). Menzel plays 80-year-old Ali, a cranky Slovak interpreter who begrudgingly accompanies the 70-ish Austrian, Georg (Simonischek), so he can trace the war-time path of his father, a vicious Nazi commander, and a man from who he is estranged. Complicating matters are the two travellers vastly different temperaments and the fact that Georg's father was responsible for the death of Ali's parents. Although alcoholic bon-vivant Georg initially alienates Ali because of his interest in having a good time along the way, particularly when it comes to adventures with the opposite sex, eventually, the two begin to warm to each other. As they explore Slovakia together, they find a country that in many instances would prefer to forget about its past. Winner, Film Critics' Award, San Francisco Jewish Film Festival; Tobias Spencer Award, Haifa Film Festival.