The opera lady singer Ema Destinnová (Bozidara Turzonovová) is in all her splendor at the American stages. But in Europe there rages war and she decides to return home to Bohemia. As an ... See full summary »

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Bozidara Turzonovová ...
Emma Destinn
Gabriela Benacková ...
Emma (singing voice)
Juraj Kukura ...
Victor
Jirí Adamíra ...
Colonel
Milos Kopecký ...
Samuel
Josef Somr ...
Captain
Cestmír Randa ...
National Theatre director
Josef Kemr ...
Conductor
Václav Neuzil ...
Police senior officer
Václav Lohniský ...
Train Dispatcher
Karel Augusta ...
Exciseman
Vlastimil Bedrna ...
Exciseman
Milena Svobodová
Jana Smrcková
Frantisek Rehák ...
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The opera lady singer Ema Destinnová (Bozidara Turzonovová) is in all her splendor at the American stages. But in Europe there rages war and she decides to return home to Bohemia. As an enthusiastic patriot she takes over a small cape on the back of which is a coding chart designated for the anti-Austrian revolt. Ema crosses the border and everywhere is welcomed by enthusiastic crowds. However, it is a denunciation that results in her detaining and her property is sub-missioned to the examination. Written by NFA.cz

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Biography | Drama

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December 1979 (Czechoslovakia)  »

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The Divine Emma  »

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Czechoslovakia's official submission to 54th Academy Award's Foreign Language in 1982. See more »

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