documentary – 9 min. – 2016 – hungary.
The film portrays Ligetvedok, a group of people squatting and camping in the oldest city park in Budapest, to resist the renovation that causes сutting down of hundreds of trees, and its decision-making process. They occupy the public space with their bodies, as a way to protest by sleeping, eating, drinking, and interacting with each other. It will offer a different look into a social movement and political activism that have been rarely accosiated with mundanity or animality in nature.