Visits by women are strictly prohibited in Ms Mossie's English pension for bachelors. Nevertheless, some of the younger tenants cannot resist the temptation and sometimes try to sneak a ...
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In 1897, in a castle near the town of Werewolfville in the Carpathians, a slightly deranged Professor Orfanik experiments with his new inventions which include, even at this early date, television and a film camera.
Inspired by fairy-tales such as Alice in Wonderland and Little Red-Riding Hood, "Valerie and her Week of Wonders" is a surreal tale in which love, fear, sex and religion merge into one fantastic world.
Jan is a decent, boring man, living a decent, boring life as a rocket designer. When his adventurous twin brother dies in a breakfast accident, Jan decides to impersonate him, unwittingly becoming a part of a Nazi time travel conspiracy.
"What if someone had an absurd dream and the visions ran out in the street?" a scientist asks Rose, a researcher who discovers a way to engender beneficial dreams (to produce contented, ... See full summary »
Visits by women are strictly prohibited in Ms Mossie's English pension for bachelors. Nevertheless, some of the younger tenants cannot resist the temptation and sometimes try to sneak a young lady to their room. The landlady, however, stands guard all night in the lodge, which becomes fatal to O'Brien - he is caught, the lady thrown out, and he himself receives immediate notice. Bernard Mulligan (Josef Abrhám), however, is better off, managing to get his Andela (Iva Janzurová) both to his room and to his bed. But morning is coming and Halibut (Jirí Hrzán), Mulligan's roommate, is soon to return home from a ball. Mulligan does his best to wake the girl up and get her out. The sleepy Andela, however, instantly grasps that all her lover's tenderness is gone, and begins to torture him maliciously. Written by