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Casting na lásku

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Ústřední postavou romantické komedie Casting na lásku je neúspěšná herečka Stela Nebeská, která s blížící se čtyřicítkou zjišťuje, že velkou díru do světa už asi neudělá. Ztrácí angažmá v divadle, kde stejně hrála jen nevýznamné role. Po kariérním neúspěchu přichází i osobní – manžel jí začne podvádět a ani se to nijak moc nesnaží skrývat. S porážkou od života se ale Stela nemíní smířit a rozhodně se nevzdá bez boje. Zapřisáhne se, že si stůj co stůj najde někoho, před kým její manžel zbledne závistí. Zahájí tedy velkolepý konkurz na novou lásku. Začne se seznamovat, ale co schůzka, to výstřední a nepoužitelný nápadník a každé rande končí fiaskem. Najde nakonec Stela toho pravého? Nebo všichni pořádní muži už vymřeli? Show more

2D CV 12 info
Tuesday, 22. 9. 2020
15:002DCV

Havel

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It's the summer of '68 and the young Czech playwright Vaclav Havel is enjoying the heady atmosphere of new- found freedom as the iron grip of Soviet repression gradually loosens throughout Eastern Europe. In Havel's Prague, politics are as exciting as theatre, sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. Havel, though, is a comfortable and acclaimed playwright, and he's determined to avoid conflict that might upset his world. He resists confrontation with the political authorities - led by the celebrated politician Alexander Dubcek - and he tries to carry out his romantic escapades without undermining his marriage to his beloved Olga. Havel's fling with freedom comes to an abrupt and violent end when Soviet Russia invades Czechoslovakia. When Havel refuses to sign a regime-sponsored document approving of the Russian occupation, the government removes him from his theater and from his prestigious position at the pinnacle of Czech cultural life. The now-banned author retreats from the limelight to his cottage in the Czech countryside, where his suppressed creativity leads to the slow degeneration of both his spirit and his relationship with Olga. With the Soviets in firm control of the country, and with no other opportunities available to him, Havel accepts a job as a laborer in a brewery. This SYNOPSIS brush with life outside the cloistered world of the theater inspires him to begin writing and directing again, though at first only for an audience of his trusted allies. As his writing gradually revives him, Havel begins attracting a group of likeminded artists. When he learns that the persecution of his friends is even harsher than his own, he begins to organize a diverse group of isolated critics of the regime into an underground resistance movement. Emboldened, Havel begins to write and speak more openly, and he even approaches Dubcek, who, disappointingly, refuses to meet him. Havel's growing outspokenness eventually becomes too much for the Czech puppet government, and Havel is sent to prison. Havel doesn't take well to prison life. He eventually capitulates into the regime's pressure. In exchange for his release, he agrees to give up all political activity. Humiliated by his own cowardice, and despite his agreement with the regime, he recommits defiantly, and at great personal risk, to renewed political activity. Once again he's imprisoned. Havel is now determined to resist a second submission at any cost, and in the harsh confines of the prison his health begins to fail. The authorities offer to release him if he'll just give in, but he refuses. As Havel nears death, the authorities are forced to back down, and Havel emerges from prison a defiant hero in the eyes of the Czechs. And, more importantly, in his own eyes he's redeemed himself. But his triumph is short-lived. His relentless unfaithfulness has proven too much for Olga, and she's left him for another man. Though his home life has collapsed, Havel's political awakening is now complete. Havel is prepared to lead, but one man stands in his way - his old nemesis Alexander Dubcek. Measured against Dubcek's popularity, Havel is an outsider, a mere political novice. But Havel is determined to confront the old regime and bring fresh energy to Czech politics, and to do so he's willing to give the world he loves - the theater. With his stature growing, Havel reconciles with Olga. He confronts his rival Dubcek and, through the sheer weight of Havel's well-earned moral authority, Dubcek's support crumbles. Havel becomes the new Czech leader, euphorically hailed by the masses as a true hero. Show more

2D CV 12 info
Thursday, 24. 9. 2020
15:002DCV

Charlatan

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The breathtaking story of a man gifted with exceptional abilities set against the background of the events of the totalitarian fifties. Show more

2D CV 12 info
Tuesday, 29. 9. 2020
15:002DCV

Meky

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His name may be Miro Žbirka, but to everyone he’s just Meky. He’s a household name and his hits are well-known, but few actually know the man himself or the kind of life he leads. Yet his story is like a wonderful song – it’s got a great plot, tempo, emotion, and it’s full of surprises. The energetic celluloid portrait Meky presents the popular singer close up in unexpected contexts, with openness, sincerity and humour. Žbirka’s confession is complemented with shots from his recent London concert and with extensive archive material. A film created by Šimon Šafránek, who garnered a Czech Lion for his previous documentary King Skate. Show more

2D OR U info
Wednesday, 30. 9. 2020
15:002DOR

Štěstí je krásná věc

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Výhra balíku peněz v loterii člověku rozhodně změní život. Otázka je, jak… Čenda s Janou nemají v životě na růžích ustláno. Oba jsou nezaměstnaní, Čenda má dluhy všude, kam se podívá, a nejčastější návštěvou u nich je exekutor. To ale změní farářem požehnaný loterijní tiket. Pohádková výhra 176 milionů korun otevírá dvojici dveře do velkého světa neomezených možností. Ale také ke spoustě nových kamarádů, kteří by si z výhry rádi ukrojili pořádný kus. A i když se to některým podaří a vztah téhle dvojice to nabourá, přece jen na konci zjistí, že největší výhrou v životě je láska… Nová česká komedie Štěstí je krásná věc je plná situačního humoru a vypointovaných dialogů. Režisér Jiří Diarmaid Novák obsadil do hlavních rolí Petru Hřebíčkovou a Karla Zimu, v dalších rolích se objeví Jan Dolanský, Marek Taclík, Ondřej Pavelka, Jiří Ployhar, Zdeněk Godla, Tomáš Jeřábek, Marek Taclík, Eva Leinweberová, Petr Vaněk, Markéta Hrubešová, Leoš Noha, David Novotný a další. Show more

2D CV U info
Thursday, 1. 10. 2020
15:002DCV

Made in Italy

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A bohemian artist who travels from London to Italy with his estranged son to sell the house they inherited from his late wife. Show more

2D CS U info
Tuesday, 6. 10. 2020
15:002DCS

Havel

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It's the summer of '68 and the young Czech playwright Vaclav Havel is enjoying the heady atmosphere of new- found freedom as the iron grip of Soviet repression gradually loosens throughout Eastern Europe. In Havel's Prague, politics are as exciting as theatre, sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. Havel, though, is a comfortable and acclaimed playwright, and he's determined to avoid conflict that might upset his world. He resists confrontation with the political authorities - led by the celebrated politician Alexander Dubcek - and he tries to carry out his romantic escapades without undermining his marriage to his beloved Olga. Havel's fling with freedom comes to an abrupt and violent end when Soviet Russia invades Czechoslovakia. When Havel refuses to sign a regime-sponsored document approving of the Russian occupation, the government removes him from his theater and from his prestigious position at the pinnacle of Czech cultural life. The now-banned author retreats from the limelight to his cottage in the Czech countryside, where his suppressed creativity leads to the slow degeneration of both his spirit and his relationship with Olga. With the Soviets in firm control of the country, and with no other opportunities available to him, Havel accepts a job as a laborer in a brewery. This SYNOPSIS brush with life outside the cloistered world of the theater inspires him to begin writing and directing again, though at first only for an audience of his trusted allies. As his writing gradually revives him, Havel begins attracting a group of likeminded artists. When he learns that the persecution of his friends is even harsher than his own, he begins to organize a diverse group of isolated critics of the regime into an underground resistance movement. Emboldened, Havel begins to write and speak more openly, and he even approaches Dubcek, who, disappointingly, refuses to meet him. Havel's growing outspokenness eventually becomes too much for the Czech puppet government, and Havel is sent to prison. Havel doesn't take well to prison life. He eventually capitulates into the regime's pressure. In exchange for his release, he agrees to give up all political activity. Humiliated by his own cowardice, and despite his agreement with the regime, he recommits defiantly, and at great personal risk, to renewed political activity. Once again he's imprisoned. Havel is now determined to resist a second submission at any cost, and in the harsh confines of the prison his health begins to fail. The authorities offer to release him if he'll just give in, but he refuses. As Havel nears death, the authorities are forced to back down, and Havel emerges from prison a defiant hero in the eyes of the Czechs. And, more importantly, in his own eyes he's redeemed himself. But his triumph is short-lived. His relentless unfaithfulness has proven too much for Olga, and she's left him for another man. Though his home life has collapsed, Havel's political awakening is now complete. Havel is prepared to lead, but one man stands in his way - his old nemesis Alexander Dubcek. Measured against Dubcek's popularity, Havel is an outsider, a mere political novice. But Havel is determined to confront the old regime and bring fresh energy to Czech politics, and to do so he's willing to give the world he loves - the theater. With his stature growing, Havel reconciles with Olga. He confronts his rival Dubcek and, through the sheer weight of Havel's well-earned moral authority, Dubcek's support crumbles. Havel becomes the new Czech leader, euphorically hailed by the masses as a true hero. Show more

2D CV 12 info
Wednesday, 7. 10. 2020
15:002DCV

Charlatan

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The breathtaking story of a man gifted with exceptional abilities set against the background of the events of the totalitarian fifties. Show more

2D CV 12 info
Thursday, 8. 10. 2020
15:002DCV

Štěstí je krásná věc

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Výhra balíku peněz v loterii člověku rozhodně změní život. Otázka je, jak… Čenda s Janou nemají v životě na růžích ustláno. Oba jsou nezaměstnaní, Čenda má dluhy všude, kam se podívá, a nejčastější návštěvou u nich je exekutor. To ale změní farářem požehnaný loterijní tiket. Pohádková výhra 176 milionů korun otevírá dvojici dveře do velkého světa neomezených možností. Ale také ke spoustě nových kamarádů, kteří by si z výhry rádi ukrojili pořádný kus. A i když se to některým podaří a vztah téhle dvojice to nabourá, přece jen na konci zjistí, že největší výhrou v životě je láska… Nová česká komedie Štěstí je krásná věc je plná situačního humoru a vypointovaných dialogů. Režisér Jiří Diarmaid Novák obsadil do hlavních rolí Petru Hřebíčkovou a Karla Zimu, v dalších rolích se objeví Jan Dolanský, Marek Taclík, Ondřej Pavelka, Jiří Ployhar, Zdeněk Godla, Tomáš Jeřábek, Marek Taclík, Eva Leinweberová, Petr Vaněk, Markéta Hrubešová, Leoš Noha, David Novotný a další. Show more

2D CV U info
Tuesday, 13. 10. 2020
15:002DCV

Charlatan

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The breathtaking story of a man gifted with exceptional abilities set against the background of the events of the totalitarian fifties. Show more

2D CV 12 info
Wednesday, 14. 10. 2020
15:002DCV
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