Vibrant lady Irena Ditrichová owns a large prosperous firm with subsidiaries abroad. After being involved in a serious car crash, she decides to sell the firm and use the proceeds for ...
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Women on the Run. Vera has lived a wonderful life with Jindrich, and she is fully determined to fulfill his last wish - running a marathon. The emancipated and spirited mother of three ... See full summary »
Andrej, a programmer, is developing his project of an intelligent home. To make his program perfect he moved with his wife Zuzana to the test house. He is striving to implement a bonus into... See full summary »
Situated in Prague, a 20-year-old Vietnamese named Song, hoped for a better future in Europe. But now in a Vietnamese district in Prague, he is trapped in a marijuana grow house and has ... See full summary »
This fascinating historical drama looks at the life of "the Czech Schindler," Zdenek Toman, a controversial figure who was an unsavory politician and dubious entrepreneur, but also the savior of hundreds of European Jews.
A period in the life of diplomat and politician Jan Masaryk, who was the son of Czechoslovakia's founder, served as the country's minister of foreign affairs and has been brutally killed by Russian secret service in 1948.
Vibrant lady Irena Ditrichová owns a large prosperous firm with subsidiaries abroad. After being involved in a serious car crash, she decides to sell the firm and use the proceeds for helping people in need. When her son Jaroslav finds out that she's started handing round her possessions which he was supposed to inherit, under the pressure of his very materialistic wife he starts trying to have his own mother declared legally incapacitated. But grandson Lukás comes to Granny's help and engages a lawyer, her friend of long standing. During the court hearing the lawyer develops an essential reflection: is it possible to declare that a parent is suffering of dementia only because she handles her possessions freely even despite the disapproval of her children?Written by