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A Prominent Patient

MA15+ Drama

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Synopsis

A flamboyant Czech diplomat fighting his personal demons

A historical drama focusing on a period of life of the Czech diplomat and politician Jan Masaryk in the pre-war volatile years of 1937 and 39’ which sealed the fate not just of Czechoslovakia but the entire world. The flamboyant son of the founder of Czechoslovakia had a woeful time as ambassador in the U.K. at a time when his homeland was used as a bargaining chip in European appeasement, leading to Nazi annexation of Czechoslovakia and subsequently to WWII.

Release Date 27 October 2017
Running Time 1hr 53m
Rating MA15+ | Mature Audiences
Cast Karel Roden, Oldrich Kaiser, Arly Jover, Hanns Zischler, Paul Nicholas, Dermot Crowley, Milton Welsh, Gina Bramhill, James Flynn, Eva Herzigová, Jirí Vyorálek, Emília Vašáryová, Zuzana Krónerová
Director Julius Ševcík

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