Uměl využít i cizí podněty na vlastní inspiraci. Je to patrné hlavně v románové novele Drak sa vracia, která patří k základním dílům slovenského naturismu. Find Dragon’s Return (Drak sa vracia) (The Return of Dragon) [ NON-USA The story based on Dobroslav Chrobák s s novella – was later adapted by. Figuli’s Tn’ gas’tanové hone (Three Chestnut-coloured horses, ) Frantisek Svantner’s Mcilka (), and Dobroslav Chrobak’s Drak sa vracia (Dragon.
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David Stanek rated it really liked it Jan 05, Most memorable of all is a handsomely executed flashback shot that sweeps up to and around Dragon and Eva, an emotive camera movement that is later repeated in modified form with different participants to powerful effect, coming to rest as the distant and indistinct figure of Dragon slips tellingly into frame. He lost his wife, his home, and his freedom due to false accusations. Pictures of the Old World The best material really does look good.
Ordered to train, he gradually sharpens his skills.
Quite the opposite, in fact. Obviously not everyone is as enthusiastic for Czech and Slovak cinema as we are here at Outsider, but for those who thrill at discovering films dobtoslav years past that leave much of what we tend to be served up today looking flat and unadventurous, this is another must-have from this most dedicated of UK distributors.
His origin by itself predestines him never to be trusted and never to fully be a part of the aforementioned structure. Sorry, but you’ll need to see the film to understand why this delivers such a kick. The Sun in a Net Favourite Central European Films.
You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Elsewhere a combination of imagery, sound and a single edit is employed to subtly suggest a link between the pagan rituals of female villager elders, the roaring fire of Dragon’s kiln, and the burning forest in which the village’s cowherd is trapped.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. A dethroned goddess-turned-horse gives birth to three superpowered sons who set out to save three princesses from three ancient dragons and reclaim their parents’ lost kingdom from the underworld.
As unconventional and operatically haunting as Popol Vuh’s famously dreamlike music for Werner Herzog’s Aguirre, the Wrath of Godit has a transformative effect on the action it underscores, infusing even the calmest scenes with a discomforting sense of almost apocalyptic and even alien menace, and landscapes with an air of sometimes spiritual wonder. Together, they will try to live a The novel is a psychological one belonging to the movement of Naturisme.
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Martina rated it liked it Aug 12, You’ll get more from it then anyway. Learn more More Like This. Down in the village, Eva is waiting for her men and the chroabk of a deep personal dilemma.
From the moment he leaves he is the topic of fevered conversation. They loved each other and lived happily together ever after.
A priest is sent to a small parish in the Polish countryside which is believed to be under demonic possession and there he finds his own temptations awaiting. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Livia Orencak rated it it was amazing May 09, Full Cast and Crew.
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Susana rated it liked it Sep 03, Although the result of a new high definition restoration, it’s worth remembering that the film has been effectively off the radar for a good many years and it seems unlikely that the restoration team had pristine original materials to work with.
Klara and Viktoria are sisters. As if responding directly to the woman’s curious glance, the figure briefly seen in the opening shot turns to a reveal a stern and weather-beaten face, one sporting a black eye-patch and a livid facial scar.
The unsettling music continues as a woman prepares a meal in her white-walled home, then pauses her actions and seems to sense something; a presence, perhaps, a troubling disruption to her everyday norm. Fans of 60s Slovak cinema should need no further persuading, and for those of you who have yet to experience its varied and often thrilling delights, this is a damn fine place to start.