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    An angel of the lord

    • Year Released: 2005
    An Angel of the Lord is a 2005 family comedy film written by Lucie Konášková and directed by Jiří Strach. "A family fairytale about love, forgiveness and willingness to sacrifice oneself for others. On the template of the age-old fairytale conflict between good and evil, it tells the humorous, poetic story of how the clumsy angel Petronel becomes a reformed character. Petronel is an angel who bungles every assignment he is given, including a job at the Pearly Gates. As a punishment, God sends him down to Earth, where he has just one day to reform at least one sinner and to learn that it isn’t so easy to live without sinning. If he fails, Petronel will be banished to hell and become a fallen angel. Scenes in a fairytale heaven created using special visual effects alternate with terrestrial winter exteriors and interiors shot at several Czech castles and chateaux, including Křivoklát, Kašperk and Český Šternberk. The screenplay is based on themes from Božena Němcová’s classic Czech national fairytales." Quoting the synopsis from the 2006 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival site.
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    Closely watched trains

    Closely watched trains

    • Year Released: 1966
    Closely Watched Trains (Czech: Ostře sledované vlaky) is a 1966 Czechoslovak film directed by Jiří Menzel. It was released in the United Kingdom as Closely Observed Trains. It is a coming-of-age story about a boy working at a train station in German-occupied Czechoslovakia during World War II. The film is based on a story by Bohumil Hrabal. It was produced by Barrandov Studios and filmed on location in Central Bohemia. It won the 1967 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Germany is losing at all her fronts at the end of the Second World War. Young Miloš Hrma is engaged as an unpaid employee in a small railway station. The stationmaster, an enthusiastic pigeon-breeder, has a kind wife, but is envious of the train dispatcher Hubička's success with women. Miloš holds a platonic love for young conductor Máša. The experienced Hubička tries to explain to him the "matters of love" and discovers that Miloš is a virgin. The idyll of the railway station is disturbed by the arrival of the councillor, Zednicek, a Nazi supporter. Máša spends the night with Miloš, but he finds no success and, the next day, he attempts suicide. He is saved, and the doctor explains to him that ejaculatio
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    Fruit of paradise

    • Year Released: 1970
    Fruit of Paradise (Czech: Ovoce stromů rajských jíme) is a 1970 Czechoslovak drama film directed by Věra Chytilová. It was entered into the 1970 Cannes Film Festival.
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    How poets are losing their illusions

    • Year Released: 1985
    How Poets Are Losing Their Illusions (Czech: Jak básníci přicházejí o iluze) is a 1985 Czech comedy, the second in a series of films about a young, ideological poet, Štěpán Šafránek, who is studying to be a doctor. The film focuses on the main character's romantic relationships but is also filled with social commentary. Cast includes Pavel Kříž, Míla Myslíková, David Matásek, Adriana Tarábková, Karel Roden, Eva Jeníčková, Joseph Dielle and in smaller roles František Filipovský, Zdeněk Svěrák, Jiří Štěpnička, Jan Přeučil, Josef Somr, Michaela Dolinová and Ondřej Vetchý. The writer and director is Dušan Klein.
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    I'm all good

    • Year Released: 2008
    I'm All Good (Czech: U mě dobrý) is a 2008 Czech comedy film directed by Jan Hřebejk.
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    Magnificent movie men

    • Year Released: 1978
    Those Wonderful Movie Cranks (Czech: Báječní muži s klikou) is a Czech comedy film directed by Jiří Menzel. It was released in 1978.
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    Max, sally and the magic phone

    • Year Released: 2001
    Max, Sally and the Magic Phone is a 2001 animated film written by Milos Macourek, Adolf Born and Václav Vorlícek and directed by Václav Vorlícek.
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    The devil knows why

    • Year Released: 2003
    The Devil Knows Why is a 2003 comedy fantasy film written by Milos Macourek, Roman Vávra and Ondrej Sulaj and directed by Roman Vávra.
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    The snowdrop festival

    • Year Released: 1984
    The Snowdrop Festival (Czech: Slavnosti sněženek) is a 1984 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Jiří Menzel, based on the book by Bohumil Hrabal, who plays a small part in the film. The film is about the lives, hobbies and relationships of people living in a holiday village.
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    Valley of the bees

    • Year Released: 1968
    The Valley of the Bees (Czech: Údolí včel) is a 1967 Czechoslovak historical drama film directed by František Vláčil. The boy Ondrej grows to manhood in a harsh religious order, where, with a hint of homoerotic tension, a Teutonic knight and veteran of the crusades becomes his mentor. When Ondrej eventually flees this life to which he was forcibly consigned, settling in the castle of his childhood to marry his father’s young widow, it becomes clear that his unforgiving mentor is prepared to pursue him to the ends of the earth. This film was written by Vladimír Körner. Theodor Pištěk designed the costumes for the film.
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