Intimate Lighting

Intimate Lighting (Czech: Intimní osvětlení) is a Czech drama film directed by Ivan Passer. It was released in 1965. It is widely considered as a major film of the Czechoslovak New Wave and to be Passer's most significant film.[1][2]

Intimate Lighting
Intimate Lighting poster.jpg
Directed byIvan Passer
Written byIvan Passer
Jaroslav Papoušek
Václav Šašek
StarringZdeněk Bezušek
CinematographyJosef Střecha
Miroslav Ondříček
Edited byJiřina Lukešová
Production
company
Filmové studio Barrandov
Release date
8 April 1965
Running time
71 minutes
CountryCzechoslovakia
LanguageCzech

PlotEdit

It follows the adventures of a professional symphony musician, Peter, who comes to a small town to see a friend he has missed, Bambas. He is a teacher and performer at funerals. The two meet again and get involved in some comic exploits, including a possible symphony concert.[3][4]

CastEdit

  • Zdeněk Bezušek - Petr
  • Karel Blažek - Bambas
  • Věra Křesadlová - Štěpa, Petr's girlfriend
  • Jaroslava Štědrá - Marie, Karel's wife
  • Miroslav Cvrk - Kája, Karel's son
  • Dagmar Redinová - Marie, Karel's daughter
  • Karel Uhlík - Pharmacist
  • Vlastimila Vlková - Grandmother
  • Jan Vostrčil - Grandfather

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Penner, John (January 10, 2020). "Ivan Passer, 'Cutter's Way' director and Czech New Wave pioneer, dies at 86". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved January 10, 2020.
  2. ^ Canby, Vincent (November 25, 1969). "Intimate Lighting Review". New York Times. Retrieved October 2, 2019.
  3. ^ "Intimní osvětlení". Filmový přehled. NFA. Retrieved 2020-02-20.
  4. ^ Alena PROKOPOVÁ. "Intimní osvětlení - Revue". Filmový přehled. NFA. Retrieved 2020-02-20.

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