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Hotel for Strangers (1967)

Hotel pro cizince (original title)
Once, a young poet (Petr Cepek) has been killed in the Art Nouveau setting of the castle The World. Later, his diary is found and the brief and incoherent notes became the basis for the story of the events preceding the murder.

Director:

Antonín Mása

Writer:

Antonín Mása (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Petr Cepek ... Petr Hudec
Tána Fischerová Tána Fischerová ... Veronika (as Tatána Fischerová)
Marta Krásová ... Rosická
Vladimír Smeral ... Blech
Evald Schorm ... Curate
Jirí Hrzán ... Kája
Jirí Pleskot ... Hotel trustee
Jirina Jirásková ... Marie
Ladislav Mrkvicka ... Vladimír
Jirí Kodet ... Jirí
Jirí Menzel ... Pot-boy
Jan Libícek ... Hynek
Josef Somr ... Receptionist
Waldemar Matuska ... Otomar
Jan Kacer ... Narrator (voice)
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Storyline

Once, a young poet (Petr Cepek) has been killed in the Art Nouveau setting of the castle The World. Later, his diary is found and the brief and incoherent notes became the basis for the story of the events preceding the murder.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Trivia

Jaromír Hanzlík was originally cast as Petr Hudec, but he turned down the role due to filming schedule collision with Romance for Bugle (1967), so Petr Cepek was cast instead. See more »

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Featured in Nevyjasnená úmrtí: Muz, který chtel létat (1998) See more »

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Details

Country:

Czechoslovakia

Language:

Czech

Release Date:

April 1967 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Hotel dla cudzoziemców See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono
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