A biting comedy concerning the lives of two young people who meet one day in a house in Brno in order to put their ideals of love into practice. A story about a couple not yet prepared for ... See full summary »

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Katerina Holánová ...
Olga Simáková
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Stanislav Pichlík
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Miroslav Norbacher
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Jaroslav Pichlík
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Miriam Simáková
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PhDr. Vlasta Kulková - Jará
Ivana Hlouzková ...
Marie Norbacherová
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Richard Klech
Ivana Uhlírová ...
Jaroslava Pleváková
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Jan Bedura
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Pavel Velicka
Simona Peková ...
Jitka Spácilová
Zora Poulová ...
Zorka V. (as Zuzana Valchárová-Poulová)
Nadezda Chroboková ...
Simona P.
Martina Nováková-Hamadáková ...
Martina N.

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A biting comedy concerning the lives of two young people who meet one day in a house in Brno in order to put their ideals of love into practice. A story about a couple not yet prepared for sexual life and a renowned actor no longer in his sexual prime. Written by Czech film center

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22 April 2003 (Czech Republic)  »

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Iva Janzurová turned down the role of Miriam Simáková. See more »

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Referenced in Vsechnopárty: Episode dated 23 December 2008 (2008) See more »

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Cím víc te mám rád
(Moulin Rouge)
Music by Georges Auric
French lyrics by Jacques Larue
English lyrics by William Engvick
Czech lyrics by Vladimír Dvorák
Performed by Rudolf Cortés
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Certainly the best czech movie and overall one of the best movies ever made!!!
20 June 2004 | by (Vienna, Austria) – See all my reviews

As I visited Slovakia this winter and read a survey about that film I really had high expectations!

After walking into the theater the film was written and told in a bit different way as I thought before, because I thought it would be focused basically on the specific main characters, but it was split in many different characters, but it was even far beyond any expectations of mine I had before.

This movie was told so lovely and so naturally with a mix of a special taste of humor combined with a very sweet, overwhelming and romantic love-story which was so powerful you rarely find in any other Hollywood movie nowadays.

I recommend everyone to see it and I'm sure that many people will get dragged to watch it again and again and again.

It has everything, really everything a really good movie needs!

Superb acting, even in the supporting roles, an excellent script, a very special and pacing atmosphere, a special tension of romantic and erotic, a wonderful music and many really captivating songs. The music plays an important and inevitable part in the movie and of course the leading included love story between two mentally ill people is dramatic, funny and captivating at the same time.

Of course it's best to see it in the original czech version! possibly with titles otherwise the main atmosphere and special taste could get lost.

I highly recommend it to everyone! You won't be disappointed.

That's one of the very very few movies I will rate 10/10(if possible it would get 12/10 for the fascinating and really clever placing of the several relationship between people)

A true masterpiece that should never be missed!

That's not only a movie by itself, it's a present for mankind.


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