Otakar Krivanek's 1969 film Our Daily Day (Den nas kazdodenny) was a reminder that Uher's lesson was not forgotten by the Slovak film world. Krivanek (1931-1997) started with the same elements a...展开s Uher: non-actors, generational conflict, a documentary camera style—but his outcome was a much more critical view of reality. His "understatement" is sarcastic or satirical, very different from Uher's "lyrical understatement." Scenes from the life of a so-called "average" Slovak family, in which everything revolves around the graduating daughter, are reconstructed in the real surroundings of a real family; Krivanek's feature film is but a step away from being a documentary. The relationship between The Sun in a Net and Our Daily Day is similar to the difference between the Czech films Black Peter (Cerny Petr, dir. Milos Forman, 1963) and Ecce Homo Homolka (original Latin title, dir. Jaroslav Papousek, 1969).