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Ester Krumbachová (1923–1996)

Ester Krumbachová was born on November 12, 1923 in Brno, Czechoslovakia. She was a costume designer and writer, known for Daisies (1966), A Report on the Party and the Guests (1966) and Valerie a týden divu (1970). She was married to Jan Nemec and Slavicek Pisarik. She died on January 13, 1996 in Prague, Czech Republic. See full bio »

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Known For

Daisies
Daisies Costume Designer
(1966)
A Report on the Party and the Guests
(1966)
Valerie a týden divu
(1970)
Ovoce stromu rajských jíme
Ovoce stromu rajských jíme Costume Designer
(1970)

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[on her work as costume designer] Costume is not about clothing. Costume, both for the film and the theatre, is an event. Something from the story must happen in the costume. I myself have developed certain tricks. For example I would make one sleeve slightly shorter than the other. No one would really notice but there is a certain discord. Costume designers should understand that they are not ... See more »

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