Four Velvet Men Then and Now (1/4) - Michael Kocab

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Year
2010
Country
  • Czech Republic
Runtime
57min
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Portraits of 4 personalities of the Velvet Revolution captured within the span of twenty years. Director Pavel Koutecký and later director Jan Šikl have been following the lives of four people who were among those who stepped up onto the tribune on Wenceslas Square in Prague in November 1989. Musician Michael Kocáb, dissident Jan Ruml, young participant in the incursion on Národní třída Kryštof Rímský and student leader Martin Mejstřík. The post-November period opened up new possibilities and opportunities for all of them. This unique film project captures their quests, misconceptions, resolutions and doubts on the way to finding their own place in the troubled waters of a transforming society.

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