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Dialogue (1968)

Dialóg 20-40-60 (original title)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Joanna Szczerbic ...
Magda (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
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Adamik (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
Jirí Vrstála ...
Fabián (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
Jana Glazerová ...
Klára (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
Olga Salagová ...
Girl (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
Nora Kuzelová ...
Girl (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
Stefan Tkác ...
Wireman (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
Jan Gec ...
Policeman (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
Jozef Kuchár ...
Policeman (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
Beno Michalský ...
Policeman (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
Karol Cálik ...
Hooligan (segment "The Twenty-Year-Olds")
Viera Strnisková ...
Women 1 (segment "The Forty-Year-Olds")
Jirí Holý ...
Man 1 (segment "The Forty-Year-Olds")
Zuzana Kocúriková ...
Woman 2 (segment "The Forty-Year-Olds")
Frantisek Gervai ...
Man 2 (segment "The Forty-Year-Olds")
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Learning From the Masters is a groundbreaking interview series that goes behind the scenes of the fascinating craft of screenwriting.

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29 November 1968 (Czechoslovakia)  »

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Dialog 20-40-60  »

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1.37 : 1
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Film about love of men and women of three different generations.
4 November 2000 | by (Bratislava, Slovakia) – See all my reviews

Using the same, three times repeating dialogue - dramatic conversation between man and woman - Jerzy Skolimowski from Poland, Slovak director Peter Solan and Czech director Zbynìk Brynych shot three different stories. The result was an extraordinary experiment in the world cinema, which we can call an insight in the relationships of men and women of different age groups, an analysis of love and marriage of those who are at the beginning, in the middle or going towards the end of their life.


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