Czech Point: The Firemen's Ball  {Horí, má panenko}

Czech Point: The Firemen's Ball
Horí, má panenko

Czech Republic, 1967, 100 Minute Running Time
Genre/Subjects: Comedy, Drama, Foreign
Language: Czech English Sub-Titles

An absurdist take on a celebration in a small town in Czechoslovakia. Early Forman movies are wild, often hilarious, sometimes dumbfounding --and never boring. Among other things, it's about politics, sex, small town life, bureaucracy and self-importance.

DIRECTOR: Milos Forman

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