Brontosaurus "Physics in Little Tibet" by McCann Prague

Non-profit Brontosaurus travels 6,700 kilometres outside the Czech Republic for an absurd spot.

The film follows Dorjey, a science enthusiast from Little Tibet who is banned from conducting experiments in the family home after causing a less-than-controlled explosion in the kitchen. Inspired by a Czech physics textbook left by volunteers, the children of the village wreak havoc on their parents, stealing car tyres and destroying kitchen utensils. 

In a final plea for peace, the parents of the village implore Czech educators to initiate primary school science classes in Mulbekh, Little Tibet. It was directed by Marek Partyš through Bistro Films.

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