The Wolf from Royal Vineyard Street

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Director:Jan Němec
Cast:Jiří Mádl, Karel Roden, Martin Pechlát, Tatiana Pauhofová
Premiere:20. April 2017
Length:68 minutes
Genre:Comedy, Drama

The Wolf from Royal Vineyard Street

Vlk z Královských Vinohrad; Jan Němec, 2016, OV (cz) + AT; Jan Němec, 2016, versions: OR,ES,

Director: Jan Němec • Story: Jan Němec • Scenario: Jan Němec • Assistant director: Tomáš Klein • Camera: Jiří Maxa • Haircut: Josef Krajbich • Costumes: Tereza Kučerová • Sound: Dominik Dolejší • Cast: Jiří Mádl, Karel Roden, Martin Pechlát, Tatiana Pauhofová, Gabriela Míčová, Markéta Janoušková, Jiří Menzel, Jiří Bartoška

One of the most original personalities of Czech film – the director Jan Němec (1936 – 2016) – delivers a honest and bold tale. His last movie is loosely based on the author’s book of short stories Don’t Shake Hands with the Waiter. The center point of the story are the events of 1968 and the journey of John Jan (the pseudonym of Jan Němec) to the Cannes Festival, where an opportunity of winning the Palme d’Or was presented to three representatives of the Czech New Wave. However, under the influence of the revolutionary student disturbances, leftist French filmmakers led by Jean-Luc Godard prematurely ended the festival competition. Afterwards, the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968 dealt the final blow to Němecʼs promising international career. What followed was a complicated journey to exile and a glorious return after the Velvet Revolution. – The film received the Special Jury Prize at the 51st Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

Length: 68 min

Year: 2016
Local premiere date: 20. April 2017

Country of origin:

  • Slovakia
  • France
  • Czech Republic

Language version:

OR - Original version
ES - English subtitles

Director: Jan Němec • Story: Jan Němec • Scenario: Jan Němec • Assistant director: Tomáš Klein • Camera: Jiří Maxa • Haircut: Josef Krajbich • Costumes: Tereza Kučerová • Sound: Dominik Dolejší • Cast: Jiří Mádl, Karel Roden, Martin Pechlát, Tatiana Pauhofová, Gabriela Míčová, Markéta Janoušková, Jiří Menzel, Jiří Bartoška

One of the most original personalities of Czech film – the director Jan Němec (1936 – 2016) – delivers a honest and bold tale. His last movie is loosely based on the author’s book of short stories Don’t Shake Hands with the Waiter. The center point of the story are the events of 1968 and the journey of John Jan (the pseudonym of Jan Němec) to the Cannes Festival, where an opportunity of winning the Palme d’Or was presented to three representatives of the Czech New Wave. However, under the influence of the revolutionary student disturbances, leftist French filmmakers led by Jean-Luc Godard prematurely ended the festival competition. Afterwards, the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968 dealt the final blow to Němecʼs promising international career. What followed was a complicated journey to exile and a glorious return after the Velvet Revolution. – The film received the Special Jury Prize at the 51st Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

Year: 2016
Local premiere date: 20. April 2017

Country of origin:

  • Slovakia
  • France
  • Czech Republic

Language version:

OR - Original version
ES - English subtitles


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