Tears of Steel: Vladimír Stehlík Meets Lubomír Krystlík / EN version

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Year
2015
Country
  • Czech Republic
Duration
52min
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The privatization and bankruptcy of the famous Poldi Kladno steel mill in the 1990s long left its mark on Czech society and the media. The FAMU graduate film returns to the affair many years later from the point of view of its main actors: Poldi Kladno’s CEO Vladimír Stehlík and his personal advisor Lubomír Krystlík. By juxtaposing their remarks with archival television videos, the film provides a humorous look at the ups and downs of two men who contributed extensively to building capitalism in post-1989 Bohemia and who are now learning the art of aging on their meager pensions.

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Details

  • Original title
    Ocelové slzy aneb Cesta Vladimíra Stehlíka za Lubomírem Krystlíkem / EN verze
  • Direction
  • Dir. of Photo.
    Jan Šípek
  • Editing
    Ilona Malá
  • Sound
    Barbora Hovorková
  • Duration
    52 min (46-90 min.)
  • Year
    2015
  • Country
    • Czech Republic
  • Colour
    • Colour
  • Production
  • Festivals
    • Jihlava IDFF 2015
  • Awards
    • Special mention of the Czech Joy Jury, Jihlava IDFF 2015

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