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DIR: Jana Boková
2008 / Tjekkiet / 114 min

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Distinguished Czech documentarist Jana Boková, who lives in Argentina, decided for her latest film to find out exactly what the word “exile” means. Her first stop is Prague where, after a period of 40 years, she meets up with a friend from her school days, the philosopher Václav Bělohradský. Their joint recollections of leaving Prague, at that time occupied by “friendly” forces of Soviet Union, are deftly woven into high-quality archive footage. She also conducts a frank interview in Prague with the lightly intoxicated Vlasta Třešňák, who remembers his torture during the endless interrogations by the state secret police and the need to choose between prison and emigration. This highly personal film by Jana Boková, examining the lives of several Czech emigrés, including the director herself, considers the various aspects of emigration and reaches the conclusion that, once a person has been uprooted, he can never cultivate his native roots again.

Om Filmen

Instruktør Jana Boková
Manuskript Jana Boková
Kameramand Jiří Zykmund
Redigering Jan Daňhel
Musik
Lyd Michal Gábor, Václav Flégl, Juraj Mravec
Varighed 114 min
År 2008
Land Tjekkiet
Farve Colour
Tags emigration, memory, portrait, private, society, totalitarianism
Produktion Endorfilm s.r.o
Endorfilm s.r.o
Adresse:  Primeticka 4
By:  140 00 Praha 4
Land:  Tjekkiet
Web:  endorfilm.cz/
E-mail:  
Telefon:  +420 241 730 780
Mobiltelefon:  +420 602 358 373
Fax:  +420 241 730 780

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Best Documentary Film, Femina Film 2009, Usti nad Labem, CZ



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