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.
|Directed by||Ivan Passer|
|Written by||Ivan Passer|
|Edited by||Jiřina Lukešová|
Filmové studio Barrandov
|8 April 1965|
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.
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