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DUKLA 61

DUKLA 61

David Ondříček
Czech Republic, 2018, 150 Min

Petr wants to work underground like his father, even if his father tries to prevent this with all means. What begins as a generational conflict ends in a disaster, a struggle for life and death. Exciting two-part show from the Czech television about an almost forgotten mining accident in 1961 in the Moravian part of Silesia, which is characterised by mining.

Czech Television Telexport

The high school student Petr brings his girlfriend home for the first time and surprises his parents with the news that she is pregnant. The ensuing argument with his father, a miner, ends with Petr breaking from his parent’s wishes by leaving school and hiring a job at Dukla colliery like his father did. However, he does not suspect, what drudgery awaits him there. And he certainly doesn't know that the works director is more concerned about meeting targets than safety regulations …

With a great sense of atmosphere, the successful cinema director David Ondříček is authentically resurrecting a lost world in this by audience and critically acclaimed disaster movie. He not only shows tough guys with a soft core, their rituals and privileges, but he also shows daily anxiety and self-denial, obsession and courage. All of this is impressively conveyed by young actor Oskar Hes, when Petr, who he depicts, has his first experiences underground. CF

Filmformat
DCP | Farbe / Colour
Drehbuch
Jakub Režný, Matěj Podzimek
Kamera
Marek Dvořák
Ton
Pavel Rejholec, Viktor Prášil
Schnitt
Jakub Hejna
Ausstattung
David Vondřášek
Musik
Beata Hlavenková
Darsteller
Marek Taclík, Martha Issová, Oskar Hes, Antonie Formanová, Robert Mikluš, Peter Nádasdi, Jiří Langmajer, Martin Myšička, Lucie Žáčková, Václav Neužil, Petr Buchta
Produzent
Michal Reitler
Produktion
Czech Television
Kontakt
Czech Television Telexport
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14070 Prague
Czech Republic
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David Ondříček

David Ondříček - born in 1969 in Prague, ČSSR (today Czech Republic). He studied documentary film directing at the FAMU in Prague. Since then he has directed and produced numerous documentaries, feature films and television films, as well as commercials and music videos. He has received several awards for his films, including the "Czech Lion". In 1999 he founded the production company “Lucky Man Films”.

Movies
ŠEPTEJ (1996, FFC 1997)
SAMOTÁŘI (2000)
JEDNA RUKA NETLESKÁ (2003, FFC 2004)
GRANDHOTEL (2006)
VE STÍNU (2012)
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