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I highly suggest this movie. I grew up in Czechoslovakia and this one was one of my favorites. I sometimes miss the light touch, self-mocking undertone and the absurd sense of humor in comedy making , as it appears in many Czech comedies of the 1960-1970's era, which was really refreshing during the "heavy" cold fight times over there. Couple of another ones I greatly miss, because of the same reason, are Divka na kosteti and Pane vy jste vdova, if you ever have a possibility to view, they are also hilariously funny and really endearing. They had a nice method of bringing the wonderful and magical into our each day reality, making you want you really should travel through your plumbing or jump into a well and present up in a various world. Witty enough for adults, while clean and fun for kids, too. My only hope is some day I'll be able to buy these films here in the US on DVD.
If you consider year when was this perfect comedy made I think it is one of the greatest in Czech cinematography. I am lucky that I was born there and I can play dialogues and also reflexion of traditions of European fairy tales
If you wish to see Czech comedy in all its finest glory, go no further than this gem, _How to Drown Dr. Mráček_. If there ever was a "Dream Team" collected in a single movie, this is it: few of the actors featured here are considered immortal icons of Czech comedy, such as the trio of legends Vladimír Meník, Milo Kopecký and Frantiek Filipovský. All three are outstanding and hilarious here, although Kopecký as the boss of the water spirits outshines them all. Filipovský is more subdued, but quietly brilliant, while Meník is in his métier as the warm-hearted, rambunctious rebel among the water spirits. Some tell this film reflects the terrible era in which it originated, in that it *avoids* any explicit mention of it, instead supposedly escaping into fairy-tales; I search that this is a ridiculous claim. Yes, 1974 was politically a terrible era in Czechoslovakia, with hard-line Communists having recently returned to power -- but I see no adverse results of that state of affairs in this movie; in fact, if anything, this comedy cleverly celebrates the spirit of rebellion. Just as the ensemble starring here details many legends, the same applies to the popular duo responsible for the geyser and unlimited fountain of novel concepts and jokes throughout the movie: the director Václav Vorlíček and his long-time collaborator, the screenwriter Milo Macourek. Yes, the jokes are extremely silly and the plot is absurd -- yet behind the buffoonery, there's often a serious undertone; the message throughout being, "the most necessary thing is to be human," and, "no one is really special, and everybody could earn their living just like everyone else" (compare the final several shots of the movie). This comedy is also distinctly Czech in that it does not shy away from integrating a several sexual jokes and innuendos into the action, and is quite ribald in certain moments, yet in such a harmless method that the film *still* manages to remain suitable for children; that's a feat that a US director would not even attempt. There are a several brutal scenes in the movie, such as a leg slash off with a scythe, or a bus full of folks falling into a river and drowning everyone... but they are conveyed with such humour that you need to laugh about the supposedly brutal sights, no matter if you're 10 or 55. The film details a catchy theme song by yet other pair of Czech legends (of pop music: Václav Neckář and Helena Vondráčková). The camera-work is astounding; the roads of old Prague shine with beauty, while also faithfully chronicling the then contemporary period feature of the 1970s; for example, you receive to visit a typical butcher's store from those days in Czechoslovakia. Not only the town and the river are beautiful, but so are many girls and women featured in the movie, even if they are just extras walking by; I'm dead-sure none of them were there just by accident, but the director seemed intent on choosing only the most pretty extras that he should find. This was the era of miniskirts, and _How to Drown Dr. Mráček_ utilizes that fashion to the max degree, to the (gentleman) viewers' intense pleasure. In this respect, naturally, the most noticeable aspect of this film is the ravishingly pretty Libue afránková, 21 at the time (and testing an 18-year-old), whom you might call the Czech Audrey Hepburn; she was only at the begin of her long career in this film, and soon developed into a Czech comedy legend in her own right, starring in many Czech comedy classics soon on, including the Academy Award-winning _Kolya_ and a several another Oscar-nominated movies. Now, no matter how fine this comedy is -- I'm scared it can *fully* be appreciated only by those viewers who can understand the movie's original Czech language, such as Czech and Slovak viewers. This is because one needs to be familiar with the method normal Czech language sounds, in order to appreciate the masterful, hilarious delivery of the dialogues by all these grandmasters of comedy. They don't merely *deliver* their lines; they *excel* in delivering them, often inserting hesitation syllables and strangely breaking their voices in order to increase the comical effect; yet without doing so forcefully -- it all comes quite naturally from these masters. Yes, this is *acting* in its finest: it can never, ever be conveyed on paper; the screenplay can capture only the *words* that the characters are saying; never the delivery, the gestures, facial mimicry and intonation. (Not to mention all the puns that really only work in the original Czech language and the closely similar Slovak language, but are probably impossible to transfer into a western language such as English, German, or French.) A clear 10 out of 10 -- no another rating can seriously be considered here.
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