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Mandragora (1997)

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David Svec David Svec
Kostas Zerdolaglu Kostas Zerdolaglu
Miroslav Breu Miroslav Breu
Jirí Kodes Jirí Kodes
Karel Polisenský Karel Polisenský
Richard Toth Richard Toth

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David Svec David Svec


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11 years ago at Jul 8 7:06
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This movie seemed really harsh to me. I guess one of the reasons for that, is that the main character Marek, looks alike a person I used to know; someone I have lost actually. I won’t get into any details. There were quite a few moments in this movie, which were astonishing in the way they portrayed reality out there. Reality which exists, but many are not ready to accept as fact.

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Description: After failing in school and fighting with his father, 16-year-old Marek (Mirek Caslavka) flees his village for Prague, where he's attacked at the train station. Offered work, he's taken to an apartment, drugged, and introduced into the world of male hustlers. Teaming with David (David Svec, the film's co-scripter), they parlay their situation into a partnership with their boss, saving money and making plans to exit the city. Shown at Montreal's 1997 World Film Festival. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi Summary taken from: [Link removed - login to see] ... (more)
Release date: 23 October 1997
UPC: 759259140035
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“This movie seemed really harsh to me. I guess one of the reasons for that, is that the main character Marek, looks alike a person I used to know; some”

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