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Zralok v hlave (2004)

Shark in the Head unfolds into a stunning cinematic powerhouse that combines comedy and drama for a touching story about how we influence the people we meet while being profoundly affected ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Oldrich Kaiser ... Madman
Jana Krausová ... Lady
Kristýna Leichtová ... Girl
David Máj ... Youngster
Vlasta Zehrová
Jirí Lábus
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Shark in the Head unfolds into a stunning cinematic powerhouse that combines comedy and drama for a touching story about how we influence the people we meet while being profoundly affected ourselves by the colors they bring to our own lives. Written by Anonymous

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Czech Republic

Language:

Czech

Release Date:

6 January 2005 (Czech Republic) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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2.35 : 1
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Petr Nározný turned down the part of Madman, eventually played by Oldrich Kaiser. See more »

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Toothless "Shark" swims in a shallow, lukewarm water
23 September 2005 | by red-noseSee all my reviews

With a tighter script this film might have worked better as a theater play, since it takes place inside a ground floor apartment or on a street level in front of the building. The film presents a man's slide into mental illness, but the slide is not terribly disturbing or particularly frightening. Neither do we learn very much about him, there is some allusion to his mother and his education, but that's it. Other people come and go , not that we get to know them or what makes them tick. His presence on the street appears not to frighten anybody, and he has no hygiene problems (even his sandal clad feet and toenails are clean !) despite messing around with garbage cans. Anyone with even a passing acquaintance with severely mentally ill may find this rather likable fellow not particularly believable.There are some interesting animation sequences though.


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