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My Sweet Little Village (Vesnicko ma strediskova)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1985
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:János Bán, Marián Labuda, Rudolf Hrusínský, Petr Cepek, Libuse Safránková
Director:Jiri Menzel
Writer:Zdenek Sverák

Description: Jiri Menzel of Closely Watched Trains fame directed the sweet little Czechoslovakian comedy/drama My Sweet Little Village. The life's blood of the titular community is a collective farm. Marian Labuda is the farm's truck driver, and also the partner-protector of Janos Ban, who is the village idiot. Like everyone else in the village, Labuda has watched out for Ban and covered up his mistakes, but in recent weeks the situation has become intolerable and Labuda demands a new partner. As Ban prepares to be relocated to Prague, we cut away to various subplots, all of which lead to the same conclusion: the hapless Ban has always been the glue that has held the community together. A contrite Labuda heads for Prague to invite Ban to come back home. Originally titled Vesnicko Ma Stediskova, My Sweet Little Village was a 1986 Academy Award best foreign-language picture nominee.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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