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Arnošt Lustig - Nine Lives  //  Arnošt Lustig - devět životů (Orig.)

DIR: Ivo Pavelek, Kristina Pavelková
2012 / Czech Republic / 63 min

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The Czech documentary film „Arnošt Lustig – Nine Lives“ presents Arnošt Lustig’s reflection on his life. With humour and a detached view, Arnošt Lustig kindly guides the spectators through the hard period of the 1930s and the 1940s up to the present. His reflection is aided by his sister Hana Hnátová, author Zdeněk Mahler, his friend from Auschwitz Jiří Justic and his friend from Theresienstadt Marta Kottová. The 1960s are depicted by author Karel Hvížďala and actress Květa Fialová. Still in full strength, Arnošt Lustig shares his experience and opinion in a focused, original and unique way. The 63-minute documentary gives a surprising perspective on the famous Czech writer.

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Director Ivo Pavelek, Kristina Pavelková
Screenplay Kristina Pavelková, Ivo Pavelek
Dir. of Photography Miroslav C. Čvorsjuk
Editing František Novák F.A.S.
Music Multisonic, Kaufmann
Sound
Duration 63 min
Year 2012
Country Czech Republic
Colour Colour
Tags Czech society, emigration, Holocaust, literature, memory, portrait, totalitarianism
Production Diamant Film Praha
Diamant Film Praha
Address:  Kříženeckého nám. 322
City:  152 00 Praha 5
Country:  Czech Republic
Web:  www.diamantfilm.cz/
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Phone:  +420 774 801 776

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