Context: Little Blue Nothing - A portrait of Vojtech & Irena Havlovi by Vincent Moon
Little Blue Nothing is an intimate journey into the world of Irena & Vojtech Havlovi, two low-profile Czech viola players who live in the suburbs of Prague, out of society. The two musicians recorded an album in 1991 called Malé Modré Nic (Little Blue Nothing), which remained totally unknown at the time.
Fifteen years later, directors Vincent Moon, Antoine Viviani, and Gaspar Claus discovered the disc by chance and, obsessed by the unique music it contained, they started to investigate the two mysterious musicians. This film documents their encounter, in the blue mist of the Prague suburbs.