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Oh, What a Struggle It Was!  //  Oj, to byl boj! (Orig.)

DIR: Pavel Koutecký
1992 / Czech Republic / 7 min

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In this playful experimental film, documentary maker and animator Pavel Koutecký captures Prague during campaigning for the first free elections in 1990. Old political posters recall an atmosphere of belief in democracy and disgust with the years of communist dictatorship.

About

Director Pavel Koutecký
Screenplay
Dir. of Photography Stano Slušný
Editing Jan Petras
Music
Sound
Duration 7 min
Year 1992
Country Czech Republic
Colour Colour
Tags Czech society, elections, experimental, political, revolution
Production AFiS - Asociace Film & Sociologie
AFiS - Asociace Film & Sociologie
Address:  Pod Zvonařkou 10
City:  120 00 Praha 2
Country:  Czech Republic
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Phone:  +042 222 561 410
Fax:  +042 26121 1354

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