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STŘÍBRNÝ VÍTR   [Assigned Title]

Silvery Wind - KA   [Assigned Title]
Pays: Czech Republic
Année de production: 1954
Genre: Feature Film
Lieu de tournage: Praha: Nové Město, ulice Ke Karlovu, Písek a okolí, Pecka

Générique:
Director: Václav Krška
Screenplay: Václav Krška
Production company: Studio uměleckého filmu
Music: Jiří Srnka
Director of photography: Ferdinand Pečenka


Second half of the 19th century. In a small town in South Bohemia, fifth-former Jan Ratkin is living through the confusions of first love together with his classmates. The perceptive boy has undisturbed dreams and ideas about life. He is finding it difficult to bear the narrow-mindedness and hypocrisy of the adults' world and often faces a lack of understanding and anger. He burns with pure love for "crazy" Anička but she only plays with him. He is taken by the mature beauty of Helena from the travelling theatrical company and he lets himself be seduced by the embittered widow Haurová. He spends holidays at home with his sick mother and a sullen father in an atmosphere of bitterness. The only moment of happiness is the visit of uncle Jiří who once was in love with his mother. After the end of holidays, Jan goes back to town. He is once again happy with Anička for a few short moments but she prefers a well-off pharmacist. The crude religion teacher catches sight of Jan and his friend Zach in the local brothel. Zach is expelled from school while Jan is saved by teacher Ramler. News about uncle Jiří's suicide give the boy great pain. But Jan's youth is medicine against all maladies. He finally meets with Anička and with a gift of a marguerite bids farewell to the foolishness of his

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