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 »
Lena is seventeen years old and is on the threshold of entering adult life, but her growing up is brutally interrupted by a horrific event. Devastated, she goes into her shell and is scared to share her experience with others.
Anna Jakab Rakovska,
Proc? (in English "Why?") is based on a true story. Sparta Prague is a football team which is very known for fans. This movie is about their return from football match back home. They were returning by night train. They were young, drunk and aggressive. So they occupied the train, terrorized other passengers and finally demolished the train.
You may watch this as action movie or also as document, because action scenes are interrupted with fans' speeches to policemen and court.
Some scenes are very well shot (i.e. - boy and girl are making love in vandalized compartment, they are covered with Sparta's Club Flag while other people are sitting around and drinking).
But the main question (Why?) remains open, because nor policemen, nor the fans are able to explain why they became so aggressive and why the demolished train had to be demolished.
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