Inspired by the stories of the American writer Raymond Chandler, the classical hero is private detective Phil Marlowe, a romantic cowboy, who takes the law into his own hands in the rough ... See full summary »
Inspired by the stories of the American writer Raymond Chandler, the classical hero is private detective Phil Marlowe, a romantic cowboy, who takes the law into his own hands in the rough prairie of a large city. He is honest, skeptical and hardworking. He toils away on the cases that he solves after numerous mistakes, while often being tormented and beaten up by criminals and even the police. In this world of violence, mistrust and corruption, everything is for sale. Everything except him. Written by
I don't really understand the first comment on this movie, maybe it's right, that same foreigner just can't catch the jokes from the movie. I'ts so many important things to know for example about Czech people, and the most about their humour. I'm Czech and I've seen the movie with English subtitles and I can tell, that translation was horrible...there are so many scenes just playing with words, with Czech language and it's really hard to translate it and I don't think, that someone would take so long time to translate it in to fanny English. And the fanny and attractive thing about this movie is that in every small role is some famous actor.And some of them not even say a word, but they are just in it!Thats wonderful! And I recommend to see it more times, because every time you will find another joke or wonderful set. Mazany Filip is the best!!!
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