Synopsis: A psychological crime drama based on actual events of the not-too-distant past. A group of university students thought it would be entertaining to abduct girls and gang rape them. Out of fear, none of the victims talked. A female student, however, didn't want to remain silent. The kidnappers drew lots to decide which of them would become a murderer. At dawn they dragged the girl (Barbora Seidlová) off to a lake and drowned her. They terrified the witnesses and severed all contact among themselves. It took the police several years to find the necessary clues. In the meantime, some of the perpetrators began raising families, even became model citizens. Their parents used every means possible to fight the evidence, heedless of the victims' suffering, motivated only by the need to save their children, their reputations, their position in society.
Genre: Crime, Drama
102 min

The story is loosely based upon

a real event.

The plot of the film, characters, time,

and place identical to it.



Story and screenplay


Director and camera


The person you are calling

is not available, please call later.

Good morning.

- Good morning.

- Are you Marika's father?

- Yes.

- I am Lucie Medek. Hello.

- Cihan.

- But Marika has left.

- To see Patrik?

Yeah, last night.

We had a farewell disco and she didn't

even stay till the end -

so that she could catch the train.

You know,

the buses from here to the

station go only three times an hour

during the night.

- Did anybody go with her or was she on

her own?

- Well... she went alone to her room,

but after that - I don't know.

Excuse me, I have to go,

otherwise I'll miss the train, so...

- Yeah, yeah, yeah.

- See you then!

Hrazdira speaking!

- Hi, it's Paul.

- Hi!

- I am just passing.

- How can I help?

- Marika vanished.

Can I drop by?


Hang on, this is a job

of the local police, where she lives.

Have you been there?

- I don't even know where it is.

That's why I am here.

- Paul, majority of the missing persons

disappear simply because they want to.

I don't know, she could have

met somebody, visited somebody...

- Hi, Martin!

- Hi, hi!

- I've found it.

It's on your desk, ok?

- Ok, thanks.

Shall we go for a swim today?

- Sorry.

Definitely. At eight.

- Ok. I shall call for you.

- You don't have to, I'll come over.

- Bye.

- Ok.

- I...

I know Marika.

She wouldn't tell her boyfriend

she was coming over

and then leave him waiting

at the station.

At one in the morning.

No, no, no! Even if she had something

else on, she would have rung him.

She is not answering her mobile.

Not even my calls.

- We'll wait till the morning shall we?

- I don't think so...

- Would you like some coffee?

No, thank you.

She didn't have any reason to tell

her girlfriend that she is going to see

her boyfriend of one year

and then not go.

No! No way!

Something must have happened!


Hey, don't you remember few years ago

at the excursion to...

Well, what was her name? Hanka! She

disappeared and two days later...

- But... But Marika is no Hanka!

- Paul, please!

- No, something must have happened

to her!

But you know I only deal with murders.

Ok, come on then, somebody will have

a look at it, let's go.

Sorry, the traffic was terrible.

Have you got her photo with you?


Really very pretty.

Wow, what a beautiful day!

Shall we go for a swim?

Come on!

On our way back.

Lubos, last night after ten the duty

officers had a report.

Some old biddy rang that she heard

a woman's scream.

Something like "let me go!

Leave me alone!"

Yeah, but they ignored it and nobody

went over to investigate,

because they were too busy and thought

that some girl was only playing hard

to get to be a bit more interesting.

- Where did it happen?

- Exactly! At the bus stop

by the students halls of residence.

So we'll go and have a look, shall we?

Ok, so what did you really hear

that night, Mrs Ljubka?

- Right, wait a minute, wait a minute,

where is it.

I must put my other pair of eyes on!

Oh, here! Here we go!

Let me go, what are you doing?!

Leave me alone!

She was also calling for help.

Help! Heeeeelp!

You see, I can't sleep

so I make preserves

and all of a sudden I hear this scream.

- And this happened when the disco


- No.


I made a note of the time.

Right, the time...

Ah, here it is please.

Have a look, 22:

Here you are!

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