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  • Fiction
  • Czechoslovakia
  • 1966 | 93 min. | DCP | Black and white
  • Language : Czech | German
  • Subtitles : Français
Cast & Crew
Screenplay
based on a story by Bohumil Hrabal
Jirí Menzel
Cinematography
Jaromír Sofr
Editing
Jirina Lukesová
Music
Jirí Sust
Sound
Jirí Pavlik
Cast
Josef Somr
Vlastimil Brodský
Vladimír Valenta
Alois Vachek
Václav Neckár
Producer
Zdenek Oves
Production Company
Filmové studio Barrandov
Barrandov Studios Ceskoslovensky Film
Print Contact
Trigon-Film
Christine Brönnimann
film@trigon-film.org
Jirí Menzel
Czechoslovakia, 1938
Filmobiography
1960
Domy z panelu (short, first of 29 films)
1962
Actor (first of 79 roles): Strop (short)
1974
Who Looks for Gold? (selected at Berlinale)
1990
Larks on a String (Golden Bear, Berlinale)
2006
I Served the King of England (awarded at Berlinale)
The least well-known of Ken Loach’s film choices actually won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film in 1966. A contemporary of The Loves of a Blonde, this film is also part of the breathtaking wave of Czech films reflecting youthful aspirations. Set during the Second World War, this tender, farcical film follows a shy train-station worker as he fails to seduce a pretty conductor.
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Conception: Asphalte Design - Développement: Bluesystem