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Desk-based Assassination  //  Papírový atentát (Orig.)

DIR: Radim Procházka
2007 / Czech Republic / 52 min

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In November 1997, the deputy chairmen of the right-wing Civic Democratic Party (ODS) stood up against the then Prime Minister Václav Klaus. Initiated by doubts about the party’s funding, the row polarized the party’s membership, brought down the government and led to an early general election. The events are known as Sarajevo Assassination: Mr Klaus and his followers saw it as a huge conspiracy, where as his opponents just wanted to let Mr Klaus know they do not share his political views. Ten years later, the film aims to analyze the different explanations of the events.

 

 

 

About

Director Radim Procházka
Screenplay Radim Procházka, Petr Fischer
Dir. of Photography Michal Hájek
Editing Hedvika Hansalová
Music
Sound Ivo Broum
Duration 52 min
Year 2007
Country Czech Republic
Colour
Tags Czech society, political, society
Production PRODUKCE RADIM PROCHÁZKA
PRODUKCE RADIM PROCHÁZKA
Address:  Řehořova 54
City:  130 00 Praha 3 - Žižkov
Country:  Czech Republic
Web:  www.radimprochazka.com/
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Phone:  +420 222 212 041
Cell phone:  +420 603 862 161
Fax:  +420 222 212 041

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