Equality for all? Or not really? And why not? And how about next year? These eternal questions are explored in this genre-bending film which follows our civilization's eternal quest for "... See full summary »
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Writer, Producer and Director Sir Tijn Po has served as assistant director for Jan Svankmajer on Greedy Guts (2000) a.k.a. "Little Otik" and worked on the production of Lunacy (2005) a.k.a. Lunacy. This is Sir Tijn Po's feature-length directorial debut. See more »
I just saw CLERKS II, a good new film by the American director, Kevin Smith and then went on the net to find out what people are saying about it. The film has a few jokes about donkey-cocks and has caused an uproar amongst Christians, film-critics (Joe Siegel, etc.), and all sorts of other people protecting each others' morals. I couldn't help but be amazed (and I wrote this in my comment about CLERKS II) how uptight they are over there! Can you imagine what'll happen when COMING SOON is shown there? They're gonna add Prague to the axis of evil and invade us! They'll make Sir Tijn Po, or whatever his name is into a terrorist just because he seems to support Zoophilia (and has a great piece about Condi Rice)! When I saw COMING SOON in Plzen I don't think anyone walked out. I remember people loving it and talking about for a long time afterwards. I'm proud to be Czech and I'm proud that I don't take everything so seriously!
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