The father of fourteen-year old Natasa is the chairman of the housing department at the Municipal National Committee. His position is probably the cause of the high living standard of his ...
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Engineer Jan Sebek (Jan Kacer) is undergoing treatment in a mental home after his unsuccessful attempt to commit suicide. His therapist, via discussions both with the patient and with ... See full summary »
Visiting Slovakian Racha to get antiquated with Slovakian wine-making techniques, Rachvelian from Georgia, Zauri, falls in love with Slovak Darina. Consequentially, when Darina visits Georgia, Zauri does his best to make her also love him.
Jarda Lukás (Jan Kacer), a worker from a big machine-tool plant, enjoyed a rather decent career after the Communist putsch in February 1948. As one of the pioneers of the youth-movement of ... See full summary »
A verger, who likes to dress as a priest, is invited, by one of the villagers, to be the pastor at a vacant church. The atheist teacher resents the pastor, and tries to embarrass him in ... See full summary »
The father of fourteen-year old Natasa is the chairman of the housing department at the Municipal National Committee. His position is probably the cause of the high living standard of his family. Natasa has everything, even a box in the local theatre, but despite all this she is still unhappy. Her parents are never able to find time for her and the group of four of her girl-classmates, to which Natasa would like to belong, envy her and misuse her. Natasa meets a boy named Petr and is going to have her first date with him. But the girls, aware of her date, lock her in the school cloakroom and hypocritically offer themselves to carry a letter of explanation to Petr. But, instead of Natasa's apologies, they write and deliver another letter in which the girl is shamelessly offering herself to him. Written by