Tag Archives: Czech
Teticka / Auntie’s Fantasies (1941) Martin Fric, Rùzena Nasková, Ferenc Futurista, Frantisek Smolík, Comedy
Zítra vstanu a oparím se cajem / Tomorrow I’ll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea (1977) Jindrich Polák, Petr Kostka, Jirí Sovák, Vladimír Mensík, Comedy, Romance, Sci-Fi, War
Former Nazi Klaus Abard survives to the 1990s by taking anti-aging pills. He plans to use a time travel trip to return to Germany in 1944 and present Hitler with a hydrogen bomb, so that he can win the war.
Stín kapradiny / The Shadow of the Ferns (1984) Frantisek Vlácil, Marek Probosz, Zbigniew Suszynski, Miroslav Machácek, Crime, Drama
Zlatí úhori / Golden Eels (1979) Karel Kachyna, Vladimír Mensík, Miroslava Hozová, Rudolf Hrusínský, Drama
Císaruv pekar a pekaruv císar / The Emperor and the Golem (1952) Martin Fric, Jan Werich, Marie Vásová, Natasa Gollová, Comedy, Fantasy
Slunce, seno, jahody / Sun, Hay, Strawberries (1984) Zdenek Troska, Pavel Kikincuk, Bronek Cerny, Veronika Kánská, Comedy
A Czech agricultural student, Šimon Pláni?ka, arrives at the small South Bohemian town of Hoštice, and joins the local JZD (agricultural co-op) with the intention of trying out his experiment regarding the “Milk yield of cows in regards to a cultured environment”.
Tmavomodrý svet / Dark Blue World (2001) Jan Sverák, Ondrej Vetchý, Krystof Hádek, Tara Fitzgerald, War, Drama, Action
Hadí jed / Snake Poison (1981) Frantisek Vlácil, Josef Vinklár, Karel Brozek, Renáta Dolezelová, Drama
Her mother dead, 18-year-old Vladka travels to a remote village in the dead of winter to find the father she has never met. The happiness of their initial meeting gives way to the daughter’s disappointment and concern over the hardworking man’s alcoholism.
Probudím se vcera / I Wake Up Yesterday (2012) Milos Smídmajer, Jirí Mádl, Filip Blazek, Eva Josefíková, Comedy, Sci-Fi
This quirky student comedy tells the story of Petr Kovár (Filip Blazek), who gets the chance to return to the past for a while and he meets the love of his life, his classmate Eliska, again in June 1989. There is one hook: physically he is seventeen again (played by Jirí Mádl), but his mind remains that of a modern “forty-something”.