Gustav Meyrink dedicates his life to the pursuit of ancient matter, but discovers that old chemist Kinský is interwoven with dark forces and the place itself is shrouded in mystery.
Combining clay and live action, Jiri Barta’s The Golem launches from the unorthodox version of the Austrian writer Gustav Meyrink.
The film is set in a terrorizing world of the future, where technology commands the movements of individuals, supervised by the doctors, carrying out a program to improve the human race. Thus, instead of doctors creating a monster, the monsters are already there as the species of the future - but one of them is suspected by the doctors of being a human being. That is Golem in reverse.
French TV adaptation of the Golem myth