(Je nám spolu dobře) Director: Saša Dlouhý, CZ, 2014, Czech version, 77 min
To promote Czechoslovak-Chinese friendship in the 1950s, the village of Vinarice donated agricultural machinery to a Chinese twin town. The gift and mutual assistance were never forgotten. Today, there is even a complex of buildings inspired by Prague architecture being built here, including a replica of the Charles Bridge. The construction of this "little Chinese Prague" is being supervised by young Czech sinologist Tomas Jirsak alias Raven, who moved to China with his wife and three sons. He teaches Czech at the local university and tries to continue the tradition of friendship all while adapting to the different culture and environment. How will this deeply religious family with a dominant father handle such a big change?