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Distant Journey (Daleká cesta ) (1950)

Distant Journey
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Blanka Waleská Blanka Waleská
MUDr. Hana Kaufmanová
Otomar Krejca Otomar Krejca
MUDr. Antonin Bures
Viktor Ocásek Viktor Ocásek
Ing. Oskar Kaufmann - Hana's father
Zdenka Baldová Zdenka Baldová
Hedvika Kaufmannová- Hana's mother
Eduard Kohout Eduard Kohout
Professor Reiter
J.O. Martin J.O. Martin
Karel Bures - Antonín's father
Josef Chvalina Josef Chvalina
Pepa Bures - Antonín' brother
Anna Vanková Anna Vanková
Margit - jewish wardress


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Erik Kolár Erik Kolár
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Mojmir Drvota Mojmir Drvota
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Description: This is the story of the Prague Jews surviving Nazi occupation during the war. The film takes the primary story image and shrinks it down to thumbnail size periodically, much like picture in picture, to show newsreel footage which uses a variety of sources including scenes from Leni Riefenstahl's 'Triumph of the Will' (1935). Photographed quite nicely with an over all dark and oppressive tone, the use of sound effects is also highly unusual and effective as a tension-building device in a number of scenes. The central character Hana, a young doctor, remains in the city while her entire family is taken away to the death camps. ... (more)
Release date: 1 January 1950
UPC: 736899099428
Tags: Genocide (2), Holocaust (2), Czech (2), 1950s (1), Black & White (1), Historical (1), Drama (1), World War 2 (1)
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