Czech Film Festival At GSC

  • Level 5 & 6
  • 22 Mar 2018 - 25 Mar 2018
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Following the success of the First Czech Film Festival last year, The Embassy of the Czech Republic brings to Malaysia for the second time with five outstanding Czech movies in our mall with free screening!

To register for the free screening, kindly head to our Golden Screen Cinema at Level 5 and 6 to secure seats.

The five movies and showtime available are:

1. Angel of the Lord 2 (Anděl Páně 2)

Date: 25 March 2018 (Sunday)
Time: 3.00pm

Sequel to the popular fairy tale Angel of the Lord about angel Petronel who works at the Heaven´s door, but is convinced that he deserves a better job. His eternal tempter, devil Uriah, starts to provoke Petronel. Just pick an apple from the tree of knowledge and you will know what only God knows and the way to a well-deserved recognition will be free. In the skirmish, the rare fruit rolls off to the Earth. The scatterbrained angel and a his friend, the devil-tempter, must go and find the apple in the world of people. After a series of human and "divine" tests, our heroes eventually find that the path to knowledge leads primarily through self discovery, strength of friendship, love and forgiveness.

2. Adela Has Not Had Supper Yet (Adéla ještě nevečeřela)

Date: 23 March 2018 (Friday)
Time: 7.30pm

Always ready for everything, famous American detective, Nick Carter, arrives in the picturesque city of Prague to solve a mysterious disappearance. Accompanied by police commissioner Ledvina, he becomes acquainted with the beauty of his surroundings, draught beer, sausages, smelly cheese and the culture of slapping. Together, they follow the trail of the most mysterious criminal of the 20th century, nicknamed the Gardener, and solve the case of the Mozart loving Adele. The grotesque style of Adela Has Not Had Supper Yet beckons audiences into the colorful greenhouse of animation, inviting them to take part in this self-assured parody on shoddy detective stories.

3. Kooky (Kuky se vrací)

Date: 24 March 2018 (Saturday)
Time: 7.00pm

Young Ondra has asthma and so his mom throws away his favorite toy: a musty old stuffed bear named Kooky. That night Ondra dreams that Kooky is determined to find his way back home from the dump. In the boy's fantasy, the bear gets lost in a forest occupied by strange animals and remarkable beings that he never heard of while living on the toy shelf in Ondra's room. And of course even in this small imaginary world, true good exists as does real evil, which Kooky must face up to in order to become a real hero.

4. Barefoot (Po strništi bos)

Date: 22 March 2018 (Thursday)
Time: 7.30pm

Story of a small boy is forced to move out of Prague during World War 2 to a small village of Slavonice where he meets the rest of his family. He needs to make new friends and get used to a new life which is immensely different from what this city boy was used to.
Po strništi bos opens in 1943, and the Nazi threat is still real; precocious young Eda opens up a world of trouble when he inadvertently reveals that his father has been listening to resistance broadcasts over the radio.

Together with Mom the family packs up and moves to Dad’s family home in the countryside for the indefinite future to live with an extended family that includes a serious-minded grandfather, a soldier uncle, and a loud-mouthed aunt.

This film has been culled from the life of writer and co-star Zdeněk Svěrák, one of the most beloved actors in the Czech Republic and co-creator of the iconic Jára Cimrman, and directed by his son and longtime collaborator Jan Svěrák.

5. The Seven Ravens (Sedmero krkavců)

Date: 24 March 2018 (Saturday)
Time: 9.10pm

A fairy story, Seven is a story about the power of words. About how a person can hurt somebodywith a word, a slander or a lie, and about how important it is to use words carefully, because they can be as dangerous as weapons or evil magic. It is also a story about love, courage and patience, which can help to overcome the power of evil words and magic.

The story is based on a classic fairy story by Božena Němcová, just extended by a few more lines.

The story begins with the family of a baker who has seven sons. During one hot afternoon when the baker´s wife is trying hard to finish a batch of loaves, her sons keep getting in her way. The mother loses her patience and, in anger, shouts out the fatal words: “I wish you were ravens!“ And because her wish was spoken in true anger, the boys immediately change into ravens and fly away from their unhappy mother.

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