Twenty-year old Tonda (Karel Meister) and seventeen-year old Honza (Jaromír Hanzlík) follow a man and girl leaving a café and then spy on them and with bated breath watch their love-making ... See full summary »

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Twenty-year old Tonda (Karel Meister) and seventeen-year old Honza (Jaromír Hanzlík) follow a man and girl leaving a café and then spy on them and with bated breath watch their love-making in the park. The man notices the boys and, furious, gets into a fight with them. In the end, he pulls out a sharp Finnish knife. Honza gets hold of the knife and stabs the man. The two boys think they have killed the man and decide to flee justice by escaping across the border. Written by NFA.cz

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1 July 1965 (Czechoslovakia)  »

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Das finnische Messer  »

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Jak vypadá cas
Music by Wiliam Bukový, lyrics by J. Sobotka
Performed by Eva Pilarová
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