He and Jan Kacer directed Niccolo Macchiavelli's play, "Mandragola," Alena Vostra's play, "Whose Turn Next?," and Nikolai Gogol's play, "The Government Inspector," in a Cinoherni Klub of Prague production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England.
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[on Bohumil Hrabal
] always admired in Hrabal the ability to look at people and see them as they truly are, with a truly uncompromising perspective, but he still loved people. He wasn't a misanthrope after all that. I would contrast with this the perspective of more recent Czech writers - and world literature in general - where I see a strong misanthropic tendency which is not there in Hrabal's ...
Worked as an actor as well as director. Gave his debut in directing in 1965.