A nurse and her surgeon-lover are part of a resistance movement in 1940s Czechoslovakia. When they are discovered, her lover flees and she must find a place to hide. A patient whose life ... See full summary »
A Czech journalist joins a Prague radio station that broadcasts Nazi propaganda in order to protect his Jewish wife. However, as the Nazi rule over Czechoslovakia calls for more and more ... See full summary »
Franta Louka is a concert cellist in Soviet-occupied Czechoslovakia, a confirmed bachelor and a lady's man. Having lost his place in the state orchestra, he must make ends meet by playing ... See full summary »
Three young adults in Most sort out feelings and responsibilities: Monika's boyfriend has left for the States, her mother wants her to join him there, and if the invitation does come, what ... See full summary »
Twist of fate and the twists of mind of the characters (mostly couples) combine in just the right twinkled absurd way in the interweaving episodes of this comedy. Each of the characters ... See full summary »
Robert works for a travel agency and helps to arrange scenes from the everyday lives of "ordinary" Czech families as an attraction for Japanese tourists. He also works as a kind of ... See full summary »
A movie is based on the idiom , that everyone of us is little bit crazy. Main character is trying to get his ex-girlfriend back and he is coming across the madness of people in his surroundings and in him also. Lots of fun and great acting performance of Ivan Trojan makes this film outstanding commodity in latest Czech production. It reminds me best Polish comedies of the 90's. It's worth to see only for the joke when the main character is driving the high-lift-truck on the highway, but that's just the top of the iceberg. The movie is everything, but not boring, by-standers are entertained and thrilled until the end. Only reason why only 9 out of 10 is the dubbing of the Slovakian actress. So see it!
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