Cannes award winning film set among the interwoven lives of Moravian villagers
following the 1948 socialization of Czechoslovakia. Director Vojtech Jasný is seen as the spiritual father of the Czech New Wave and the film was banned in Czechoslovakia after the
The influence of All my Good Countrymen can be seen in Edgar Reitz’s Heimat and Michael Haneke’s The White Ribbon.
In Czech with English subtitles
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