A nuclear power plant worker obsessed with counting has set a maximum limit on how much electricity he wants to consume. The energy that should have lasted him for the rest of his life is slowly running out, forcing him to decide on its final use. 3 MWh is a film poem about degrowth and shows what it would look like if man stopped putting themselves at the centre of nature. 16mm analogue footage digitally damaged by recorded electrical discharges based on the protagonist's voice demonstrates the relationship between man and material reality.
Cast / Jaroslav Pížl Writer / Josef Kokta Story / Josef Kokta DoP / Kristina Kůlová Editor / Veronika Kašparová Sound / Martin Michálek Music / Haštal Hapka Costumes / Natálie Rajnišová Set Designer / Eliška Ouředníčková
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