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Wild Flowers (2000)
"Kytice" (original title)

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Seven seemingly unconnected fairy tales - glued together only by folklore, mood, color and light - make up this Czech collection of visual poetry. The original piece of literature, written ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Martina Bezousková ...
Matka (segment "Kytice")
Sylvie Kraslová ...
Deti (segment "Kytice")
Sára Vorísková ...
Deti (segment "Kytice")
Anna Bezousková ...
Deti (segment "Kytice")
Dan Bárta ...
Vodnik (segment "Vodnik")
Linda Rybová ...
Divka (segment "Vodnik")
Jana Svandová ...
Matka (segment "Vodnik")
Vojtech Sahula ...
Maly vodnicek (segment "Vodnik")
Nada Safratova ...
Vodni bytost (segment "Vodnik") (as Nada Safratová)
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Dead Man - Soldier (segment "Svatebni kosile")
Klára Sedlácková ...
Divka (segment "Svatebni kosile")
Jirí Schmitzer ...
Umrlec (segment "Svatebni kosile")
Bolek Polívka ...
Polednice (segment "Polednice") (as Boleslav Polívka)
Zuzana Bydzovská ...
Matka (segment "Polednice")
Anna Geislerová ...
Dornicka / Hata (segment "Zlatny kolovrat")
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Seven seemingly unconnected fairy tales - glued together only by folklore, mood, color and light - make up this Czech collection of visual poetry. The original piece of literature, written by Karel Jaromír Erben in 1853, contained twelve tales. Written by Len Massaar

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Kdes, má rozmilá
Written by Jan Jirásek
Performed by Alena Antalová
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it is a good "movie"
4 June 2005 | by (Czech Republic) – See all my reviews

I think the movie is absolutely great. I got stuck by the camera and stories that every Czech know from the primary school so good. Camera is amazing, somewhat like "Hidden dragon crouching tiger". Next thing which stunned me was a music and I knew I must have the OST. Actors were pretty good, I don't know what the writer of the before comment was awaiting. It is more an epic play made of Erben's verses than a movie. Story is not narrated only by the actor's performance, but also by the mood of scenes (colours, music, costumes). One must think a little more as it isn't an action movie. Though some action can be found there too. With exception of the last story which is incomprehensible without knowing the original poem, remaining parts are simply perfect.


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