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BLACK PETER

The first feature by Milos Forman (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Amadeus), this coming-of-age tale about a malcontent teen in love heralded the arrival of an important cinematic talent... LEARN MORE.

$29.95
CODE NAME RUBY

A search for the source of mystical knowledge is at the heart of this controversial feature from Czech New Wave veteran Jan Nemec (Diamonds of the Night). The film combines...LEARN MORE.

$19.95
DISTANT JOURNEY

Banned for decades, this rediscovered classic of Holocaust Cinema was shot only three years after the war ended, making it one of the first films to deal with the Holocaust. The film follows...LEARN MORE.

$29.95
END OF AUGUST AT THE HOTEL OZONE, THE

A beautifully filmed, yet very bleak, post-apocalyptic vision of the future, which finds a group of women reverting to primitive barbarity in order to survive. From Czech New Wave director...LEARN MORE.

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FIFTH HORSEMAN IS FEAR, THE

A Jewish physician in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia works in a warehouse after the Nazi ban all Jews from holding professional positions. When he helps an injured political fugitive, he is...LEARN MORE.

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GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK

Based on the legendary novel by Czech humorist Jaroslav Hasek, The Good Soldier Schweik mixes slapstick and satire to stand alongside Catch 22 and M*A*S*H as a riotous commentary...LEARN MORE.

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GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK COMBO PK

This combo pack bundles together the 1956 Czech satire The Good Soldier Schweik and its 1957 sequel, The Good Soldier Schweik 2: Beg to Report, Sir. Both works are based on the legendary...LEARN MORE.

$49.95
GOOD SOLDIER SCHWEIK II: BEG TO REPORT, SIR

The popular sequel to Karel Stekly's definitive screen adaptation of Jaroslav Hasek's acclaimed novel. Beg to Report, Sir stars Rudolf Hrusinsky as the cheerful soldier Schweik, blissfully...LEARN MORE.

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LATE NIGHT TALKS WITH MOTHER

More cinematic confession than documentary, this captivating, innovative film diary finds Czech New Wave director Jan Nemec attempting to unravel the threads of a difficult relationship...LEARN MORE.

$29.95
LEGACY OF THE HOLOCAUST: AN EXCLUSIVE FACETS 2-PACK

A meeting of two Holocaust-related dramas from Czechoslovakia. Banned for decades, Distant Journey (Alfred Radok, Czechoslovakia, 1949, 98 mins.) was shot only three years after the war...LEARN MORE.

$39.95
LEMONADE JOE

At the Trigger Whiskey Saloon, a beautiful temperance crusader is threatened by hard-drinking villains. Riding to her rescue is Lemonade Joe, who--as his moniker indicates--doesn't...LEARN MORE.

$19.95
OLD BELIEVERS: THREE FILMS BY JANA SEVCIKOVA

In the outlands of Eastern Europe, acclaimed filmmaker Jana Sevcikova spent years chronicling the descendants of immigrants and exiles. The resulting poetic, intimate...LEARN MORE.

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ORATORIO FOR PRAGUE

One of the most powerful documentaries ever made, Oratorio for Prague contains the only footage from the Soviet-led invasion of Prague in 1968. Czech New Wave filmmaker Jan Nemec...LEARN MORE.

$24.95
PRIVATE CENTURY

This remarkable eight-part series tells the stories of ordinary Czech citizens caught in the wheels of history. Composed entirely of home movies, still photographs, letters, and diaries...LEARN MORE.

$39.95
TOYEN

Jan Nemec, a leading filmmaker of the Czech New Wave, creates an original portrait of one of the most provocative artists of the 20th century: Toyen (Marie Cerminova). As a female...LEARN MORE.

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UNSEEN, THE

At a school for the blind, the students exuberantly show off their remarkable talents as musicians, as radio announcers, as daredevil bicyclists, and most unexpected of all, as photographers...LEARN MORE.

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WHO WANTS TO KILL JESSIE?

A Czech New Wave classic, Who Killed Jessie is a slapstick fantasy about a scientist who invents a machine that enables a sleeping person's dreams to be viewed through a projector...LEARN MORE.

$29.95