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Marriage Stories 20 Years Later: 1. Marcela and Jiří

Manželské etudy po 20 letech: 1. Marcela a Jiří, Czech Republic, 2006, 90 min, ?, Creative, Docu Series, Longitudinal, Portrait, Social Issues
An episode from a cycle of documentary films tracing 25 years in the lives of six married couples. Normalization-era socialism, and then early capitalism as seen through the lives of several Czech families. They married in 1980, and until 1986 their lives were documented on film using time-lapse, resulting in a cycle of six 30-minute films about the six young couples and the six years of their marriages. In 1999, the filmmakers visited them again, and resumed shooting until 2005. The result is another six hour-long films continuing the original cycle.
Director:
Helena Třeštíková
Original idea:
Helena Třeštíková
Screenplay:
Helena Třeštíková
Producer:
Yvona Gromanová
Executive producer:
Ivana Průšová
Dramaturgy:
Martin Štoll
Director of photography:
Vlastimil Hamerník, Miroslav Souček, Richard Špůr, Jan Malíř
Editor:
Zdenek Patočka
Sound:
Jan Valouch, Miroslav Šimčík, Vladimír Nahodil, Zbyněk Mikulík
Languages:
Czech
Subtitles:
English
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The Best Document in Former Home Production - Annual TV Prize Elsa 2006, awarded by FAMU in Prague

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