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DIR: Martin Řezníček
2004 / Czech Republic / 43 min

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Prague, May 1945. An extract from our history set in stone. The testimony of those who lived through the Prague Uprising is interwoven with old photographs and repressed memories of a recent drama, while suppressed contemporary political connections also rise to the surface. The deposits of various misinterpretations are scraped away to reveal an expressive image of the events of that time.

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Director Martin Řezníček
Screenplay Šárka Helmichová, Martin Řezníček
Dir. of Photography Martin Řezníček
Editing Miloš Málek
Music archiv
Sound Petr Maršík
Duration 43 min
Year 2004
Country Czech Republic
Colour
Tags historical, society, war
Production DOCUfilm Praha
DOCUfilm Praha
Address:  Někrasova 2/649
City:  16000 Praha 6
Country:  Czech Republic
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Phone:  +420 20879 129

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