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Záviš, the prince of porn music under the influence of Griffith´s Intolerance and Tati`s Monsineur Hulot`s Holiday or The Establition and Doom of Czechoslovakia [1918 – 1992]  //  Záviš, kníže pornofolku pod vlivem Griffithovy Intolerance a Tatiho prázdnin pana Hulota aneb Vznik a zánik Československa (1918 – 1992) (Orig.)

DIR: Karel Vachek
2006 / Czech Republic / 147 min

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Recommend this film

A dog’s funeral becomes part of a chain of absurd events including a tomato ketchup battle, a reconstruction of the battle of Austerlitz and a motorbike show. Its common denominator is the commercial interest of sponsors and big buisness, the ambivalent winners of privatization and participants of numerous coruption affairs. Vachek debates corruption and environmental disaster, but insists that there is an alternative. Against the mass of „pseudoevents“ is the independent techno-party CzechTekk, raided by the police despite the fact that it was entirely law-abiding, whose participants are Vachek believes to be the new „unionists“.

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About

Director Karel Vachek
Screenplay Krel Vachek
Dir. of Photography Karel Slach
Editing Renata Pařezová
Music Milan Závič Smrčka
Sound Libor Sedláček
Duration 147 min
Year 2006
Country Czech Republic
Colour
Tags Czech society, essay, philosophical, political, society
Production Česká televize, PRODUKCE RADIM PROCHÁZKA
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