Two spots, at first glance completely dissimilar: A boxer and a lawyer, each from different worlds. One dressed in a suit - the uniform of a man inhabiting a world of laws and contracts; the other in a sweat-drenched undershirt, with bandages and stitches - the uniform of a man whose body has been broken oh so many times. And yet, one thing connects them: “NO!” A resistance, an opposition, an assertion of their own opinions and attitudes.
Petr Němec, a crusader against bank charges, something that all of us facing.
Stanislav Tišer ‘gave’ a symbolic “NO!” to the Czech people, a society that often pigeonholes the Roma and labels them as feeble, possessing neither goals nor tenacity.