The comedy of the year is Tata & # 39; s Volga, the audience laughs the most about the "desiring men". This ended on Saturday the 40th annual Czech film comedy festival at Nove Mesto nad Metuji. The local Cinema 70 praised the winners of various comedies, shared by Ivan Chýlková, Bolek POlívka and Milan Šteindler.
The jury, including the graphic designer Vladimír Suchánek and the cameraman Josef Hanuš, praised Vejdlek's best man, Tátova volha. The traditional laughter of the new year, measured by the laughter of the audience, won the film PO, in which men demand Rudolf Havlík directs. The spectators scolded him almost 33 percent, secondly 27 percent of the Cottage for sale in the workshop of Tomáš Pavlíček. She earned two camera awards and a scenario. "Thanks to our families because they were inspiring, without them the script would certainly not have happened," Pavlicek said with a smile. And if other New York parties can be envied, it is the original prize of this year, in addition to the welcoming background of the local organizers: a glass of wine in two versions – woman and man.
This year there were 12 photo's, Anna Polívková and Jaroslav Plesl were the winners of the prizes. The actress, who had seen the audience three times (which men were looking for, two brides and a wedding and Spindl), took over Bolek Polívka. "She was a cute little girl, and when I went to see her for a walk in the Malostranska Café, I was stupid enough to laugh and say softly to me: Daddy, let's get people here," smiled the aunt. Anna, as well as the absent Plesl, sent the festival to the canvas.
The imaginary story of the spiritual father of the show was taken over by Josef Krále Zdeněk Krákora. "It was the most beautiful time of my life, we've seen a lot of movies and we've seen some nice encounters with the canvas, some of them were more fun than the movie itself on the canvas," he said with a smile to the king who was festival had sacrificed twenty years. Around eighty-eight-year-old juror Josef Hanuš drew with his camera, among others, under the films Bororo and Sun, hay, strawberries. As he said, "the age is already over, it is time to leave." Jan Hrušínský, patron of the festival, talked about the words that change their meaning today, film journalist Věra Míšková baptized her publication of 40 years of laughter about Metují, where she summarized the history of the show. "I wish we all laugh at least one week a year," she said.
Festival in figures
12 competitive films
40 years of laughter
THE BEST SCENARIO – Lucie Boksteflová and Tomáš Pavlíček (Land for sale)
FASHION – Cameraman Jan Baset Střítežský (House for sale)
EXPERIENCE OF YOUNG TV – David Solař (music to wish for)
BEST HERITAGE – Anna Polívková
BEST HERT – Jaroslav Plesl
BEST DIRECTION – Jiří Vejdělek (Tátova volha)
GOLDEN PRIM – Tata & # 39; s Wing