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LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC (1965)

LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC <span>(1965)</span> artwork

LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC (1965)

Type Feature

Approx. Running minutes 133

Release dates 11/04/2014

BBFCInsight moderate violence

Genre(s) War, Drama

Director(s) Karel Kachyna

Cast includes Frank Argus, Josef Barta, Eduard Bredun, Jirí Chmelar, Nadezda Gajerová, Franktisek Golysev, Alexander Jandous

Summary LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC is a black and white Czech language drama, with English subtitles, from 1965.

Cut All known versions of this work passed uncut.

BBFCinsight publication date 01/04/2014

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

LONG LIVE THE REPUBLIC is a black and white Czech language drama, with English subtitles, from 1965.

Violence

A youth is thrashed by his father, using a leather belt; he is also slapped by his mother. There is sight of a Russian soldier being shot in the chest, and a scene in which sticks and stones are thrown at a suspected Nazi collaborator, causing blood to trickle down the back of the neck. It is later implied that the man commits suicide by jumping into a well.

A photograph of a naked woman is seen, from time to time, inside the lid of a metal cigarette case. One scene includes brief full frontal male nudity as youths throw objects at a naked boy who is tied to a tree. There is also occasional sight of dead animals and some use of mild bad language, including two subtitled uses of the term 'shit'.

Details

Also known as
AŤ ŽIJE REPUBLICA
Formats
Cinema
Distributor(s)
Filmhouse
Classified date(s)
16/04/2014
Main language
Czech
BBFC reference
AZF311130

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