Composer Antonín Dvorák (Josef Vinklár) conducts a rehearsal at the Royal Albert Hall in London, where a series of his musical pieces is to be performed. He is suddenly being haunted by a ...
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A grim portrayal of the shift from Paganism to Christianity in medieval Czechoslovakia - as a young virgin promised to God is kidnapped and raped by a marauder who her religious father seeks to kill in return.
A poetic film about a dove getting lost on its way to Prague getting shot down by a paralyzed boy. An artist who finds the dove becomes friends with the boy. Together they take care of it bringing it back to recovery.
In the aftermath of World War II, a former Czech soldier takes charge of a manor formerly owned by a German family. He falls in love with the daughter, who is now a maid, and is forced to ... See full summary »
At the airport terminal lobby a husband and wife are parting calmly but seemingly for good. Unlike his wife Ema, the medical doctor Meluzin (Rudolf Hrusínský) is returning to his home ... See full summary »
Ondrej, a young boy who loves bees and bats, is introduced to his new mother, a woman much younger than his father. He brings her a basketful of flowers which she starts to throw in the air... See full summary »
After a murder of a gamekeeper who catches them red-handed having just downed a deer, two teenage boys, conceited Ruda (Marek Probosz) and shy Václav (Zbigniew Suszynski) go on the run through the woods.
Composer Antonín Dvorák (Josef Vinklár) conducts a rehearsal at the Royal Albert Hall in London, where a series of his musical pieces is to be performed. He is suddenly being haunted by a vicious feeling expressed by four tones f-ges-e-f. He decides to immediately return back home with his wife Anna (Jana Hlavácková). On the train back home he immerses in his long forgotten memories. Fifteen years ago, when he was a violinist at a theatre orchestra, he got fascinated by the beauty and performance of an actress Josefina Cermáková (Jana Hlavácová). Being captivated by her appearance, he carried on playing even after the orchestra had finished. Josefina got later married to Earl Kounic (Svatopluk Benes), and her younger sister Anna married Dvorák.Written by