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Román pro muze (2010)

A tragicomic story of three siblings whose lives changed dramatically after losing their parents during the Communist regime. The oldest, Cyril (Miroslav Donutil), grew up to be a corrupt ... See full summary »

Director:

Tomás Barina

Writer:

Michal Viewegh (screenplay)
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Cast

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Miroslav Donutil ... Cyril
Miroslav Vladyka ... Bruno
Vanda Hybnerová ... Aneta
Tatiana Pauhofová ... Tali (as Tána Pauhofová)
Jan Budar ... René
Filip Capka ... Simi
Pavel Reznícek ... Alan
Ági Gubík ... Recepcní (as Agi Gubíková)
Igor Chmela ... Státní zástupce
Pavel Simcík ... Kuchar
Jana Stepánová Jana Stepánová ... Brunova zena
Pavlína Jurková Cejnarová Pavlína Jurková Cejnarová ... Alanova zena (as Pavlína Jurková)
Martina Kavanová Martina Kavanová ... Brunova dcera
Lukás Langmajer ... Císník
David Sir David Sir ... Cyril (30)
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A tragicomic story of three siblings whose lives changed dramatically after losing their parents during the Communist regime. The oldest, Cyril (Miroslav Donutil), grew up to be a corrupt judge who lives for luxury and takes whatever he wants without remorse. His younger sister, the idealistic Aneta (Vanda Hybnerová), is an investigative journalist writing about political scandals. Thanks to her work, for which she sacrifices everything, her personal life falls apart. The middle sibling, Bruno (Miroslav Vladyka), has held on to a childish view of the world as he has avoided real life. Each one is totally different, yet they all try to stick together. That is, until they learn that Bruno is terminally ill and has very little time left. Cyril decides to redeem himself by organizing a week-long luxury trip to the High Tatras. As a gift to Bruno, he also brings along a young stripper named Tali (Tatiana Pauhofová). Written by Czech film center

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Czech Republic

Language:

Czech

Release Date:

23 September 2010 (Czech Republic) See more »

Also Known As:

Novel for Men See more »

Filming Locations:

High Tatras, Slovakia

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$3,553,389
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In Film Praha See more »
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Color (35 mm version)
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