A Case for a Rookie Hangman

1970

Case for a Rookie Hangman (Czech: Případ pro začínajícího kata) is a Czech drama film directed by Pavel Juráček. It was released in 1970. The movie belongs to the Czech New Wave.

The movie can be classified as a surrealist[2] or absurdist[1] satire, and it is based loosely on the third book of Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift, but the story is transferred to an early 20th-century world in decay. The movie shows also the influence of Franz Kafka and Lewis Carroll (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland).[3]

The satire is aimed at the Czechoslovak society, and the movie was soon banned after its release in 1970.[2] That meant also the end of Juráček's career.[3]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1970
weitere Titel:
Případ pro začínajícího katacs
Przypadek dla początkującego katapl
Case for a Rookie Hangman
Un cas pour un bourreau débutant
Prípad pro zacínajícího kata
A Case for a Rookie Hangman
Случај за неискусниот џелатmk
Дело для начинающего палача
Genre:Filmdrama, Verfilmung
Herstellungsland:Tschechoslowakei
Originalsprache:Tschechisch
Farbe:Schwarzweiß
IMDB: 460
Verleih:Filmstudios Barrandov
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