Moderátor, digitální tvůrce
1) What appealed to you about the FUCK CANCER project and why are you putting your energy into it?
Primarily honesty. It's easy enough these days to surround ourselves with lighthearted fun. Living in a bubble of positivity and good feelings. FUCK CANCER tries to break that apathy a bit towards the problems of the wider environment, and I find that endearing. It's not primarily made with the goal of just talking about something unpleasant. It's meant to awaken a little more empathy, to be a little more human.
2) What does the term FUCK CANCER mean or express to you?
Probably general attitude and mind-set. It's a phrase in which there can be understanding, anger but also a certain combativeness and determination. But I'm not very good at English, so I'm not sure I've got it right.
3) Can you imagine who you are fighting for here as a "SOLDIER"?
Absolutely vivid. My original idea was: 250 cm, purple eyes, 4 arms. But I met a lot of them during the project and I couldn't believe how wrong I was... They were standard people.
4) What would you say to someone who says they find the phrase "FUCK CANCER" vulgar?
That he chose probably the most stupid way to approach and perceive the whole campaign. And that he completely missed what it was really about.
Soldiers & Heroes
"This experience changes everything, closes one door called plans and opens a whole new world - a hospital world."
"It's good to ask the patient straight out what they're going through, what's going on, rather than having an awkward silence."
"I will be undergoing treatment for the rest of my life, but that doesn't mean I have to sit at home on my ass. I want to enjoy life, not just survive."
"These people need tremendous support, and not just from me, not just from you, but from everyone."
"Fuck Cancer for me is a clear answer to this disease, which is definitely not easy."