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  • A Boring Afternoon

    1964. Czechoslovakia. Ivan Passer. 20 min.

  • Intimate Lighting

    1965. Czechoslovakia. Ivan Passer. 71 min.

Sunday, March 8, 2009, 4:00 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2



  • A Boring Afternoon

    1964. Czechoslovakia. Directed by Ivan Passer. A short film about all the things that happen when, ostensibly, nothing is happening. In Czech; English subtitles. 20 min.

  • Intimate Lighting

    1965. Czechoslovakia. Directed by Ivan Passer. Written by Passer, Jaroslav Papousek, Vaclav Sasek. With Zonek Bazusek, Karel Blazek, Vera Kresadlova, Jaroslav Streda. Two friends meet again after several years and reconnect through their shared passion for music and a night of drinking. This extraordinary portrait is as personal as a home movie and as penetrating as an X-ray. Every gesture and musical cue is intimate and effortlessly laden with history and meaning; every movement and action reveals the details of provincial living and the heartache of diminished expectations and broken dreams. In Czech; English subtitles. 71 min.

In the Film exhibition Ivan Passer's Way

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