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Neviditelná ruka trhu: privatizace Barrandova (2012)

The documentary looks at the post-Velvet Revolution transition to a market economy using the privatization of Barrandov Studios as a case study. Important actors during these events (V. ... See full summary »

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Tomás Jezek
Ladislav Helge
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The documentary looks at the post-Velvet Revolution transition to a market economy using the privatization of Barrandov Studios as a case study. Important actors during these events (V. Marhoul, L. Helge, J. Knoflícek, M. Ondrícek, J. Sustr, P. Pithart, T. Jezek) describe the story of denationalization against the backdrop of the demands of the post-revolutionary period (among other things, we are reminded of Milton Friedman's visit to Prague). The film opens with a quote by Karl Jaspers on the purpose of guilt in self-examination, and closes with a mediation upon ownership as the art of administrating. Written by anonymous

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26 October 2012 (Czech Republic)  »

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The Invisible Hand of the Market: Privatization of Barrandov  »

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