Czech Movie - finally

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Czech Movie - finally

Postby GlennInFlorida » 24-Jan-08 22:21

Was able to see "Dark blue world" (Tmavomodrý svět) on the International Film Channel last week - have seen it discussed here before but never had the chance to see it. Really enjoyed it - went online and ordered myself a copy.
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Postby Alexx » 24-Jan-08 22:40

GlennInFlorida wrote:Was able to see "Dark blue world" (Tmavomodrý svět) on the International Film Channel last week - have seen it discussed here before but never had the chance to see it. Really enjoyed it - went online and ordered myself a copy.


I consider this film top notch of czech production in last 20 years.

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Postby Dannae » 25-Jan-08 10:40

Tmavomodry svet is a very nice movie, I agree.

Another tip: I enjoyed "Autumn Spring" (Babi leto). This is the last movie with Vladimir Brodsky, one of excellent Czech actors before he died.
I believe it is very cute (the end is the best part - in my opinion); also you can see a good profile of typical Czech mentality.
I rented it from Netflix (with English subtitles) - I hope good news. Just btw Netflix or Blockusters have quite a few Czech movies.
Wishing to find people with the same roots (e.g. Czech) or interested in learning Czech language.

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