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Karel, já a ty (2019)

Three young Praguers experience the sorrows and pleasures of partner life. Sasa forces husband Karel to a relationship pause. Shortly thereafter, he meets her friend Dusan, to whom she ... See full summary »

Director:

Bohdan Karásek

Writer:

Bohdan Karásek
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Jenovéfa Boková ... Sasa
Bohdan Karásek Bohdan Karásek ... Dusan (as Miroslav Faderholz)
Miloslav König Miloslav König ... Karel
Marie Svestková Marie Svestková ... Daniela
Petra Nesvacilová ... Iva
Lukas Bouzek Lukas Bouzek ... Mára
Petr Marek
Marie Anna Krusinová Marie Anna Krusinová ... Sára
Frantisek Host Frantisek Host ... Sasin otec Jirka
Anna Bubníková Anna Bubníková
Vít Klusák
Markéta Ptácníková Markéta Ptácníková
Johana Ozvold Johana Ozvold
Jan Brezina Jan Brezina
Eliás Jerábek Eliás Jerábek
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Three young Praguers experience the sorrows and pleasures of partner life. Sasa forces husband Karel to a relationship pause. Shortly thereafter, he meets her friend Dusan, to whom she moves temporarily. She finds refuge with him. They are both trying to work out their relationships and provide support for each other as they falter in their uncertainty. Although there is no romantic relationship between them, they discover a strong bond that they seem to lack when dealing with other people.

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30 July 2020 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

I love it. It is the first thing to say because it is a large, too large , maybe, embroidery of talks, confessions, walks, swimming, conflicts, friendships, projects. And talks . Again.And, in same measure, it is the only significant detail. It can be too abstract for many viewers and its basic virtue is to remind French films of genre, with chance to define the dilemmas as familiar. The lead virtue - the performance of Bohdan Karasek. The realism, too. And the few scenes when you real feel dilemmas of the characters looking themselves.


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Country:

Czech Republic

Language:

Czech

Release Date:

14 November 2019 (Czech Republic) See more »

Also Known As:

Karel, Ben ve Sen See more »

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