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8 Nov 2019 18:30

Most! + Q&A with director Jan Prušinovský and screenwriter Petr Kolečko

A provocative and politically incorrect comedy miniseries, Most! has won over the Czech TV audience and became the most talked-about show of 2019. Set in the city of Most it revolves around pub bum Ludan, who owes money to the local mafia boss, but has just lost his job thanks to his racist comments. Finding refuge in the local pub, Ludan spends his time drinking beer with his mates: Eda, the owner of the ‘only-for-whites’ pub; unemployed Cockin, an excommunicated priest; and Franta, a Romany who is the only one able to pay his bill. A local, sleepy community changes for ever with the arrival of Ludan’s brother, now turned into an energetic sexy blonde, and triggers a merry-go-round of lies and improvisations. A sensitive mix of comedy and social drama with an excellent cast, great dialogues and brutally cynical but exhilarating humour.

Jan Prušinovský, CZ 2019, 4 x 47', English subtitles
Cast: Martin Hofmann, Erika Stárková, Filip František Červenka, Zdeněk Godla

Four episodes of the series will be shown, with an interval after the first two.

A complimentary beer with each ticket. For 18+ only.


Followed by a Q&A with director Jan Prušinovský and screenwriter Petr Kolečko

Jan Prušinovský (1979) is a Czech director and screenwriter who studied at the College of Media and Journalism and the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague. He has co-written and directed many successful Czech TV series (District League, The Fourth Star, Gnome and MOST!) as well as features (František je děvkař, Sunday League – Pepik Hnatek’s Final Match, The Snake Brothers). In 2015 The Snake Brothers was awarded eight Czech Lion Awards of which one went to Prušinovský for best director.

Petr Kolečko (1984) is a Czech playwright and screenwriter who studied at the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts (DAMU) in Prague. He has written several plays. His play Britney Goes to Heaven was translated into English and performed in the Immigrants’ Theatre Project in New York City. He became known particularly for his collaboration with Jan Prušinovský with whom he co-wrote District League, The Fourth Star, Gnome and MOST!. He has participated in successful internet projects such as Vysehard and The Line. Together with Alex Koenigsmark and Julius Ševčík he received a Czech Lion Award for the best screenplay for the movie Masaryk in 2016.


Admission: £12/£11
Box Office: 020 7911 5050

307 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW

Part of Czech Velvet 1989 – 2019 Festival
Festival of Arts, Film, Theatre & Music
1-29 November 2019

Part of  23rd Made in Prague Film Festival

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Regent Street Cinema, 307 Regent Street, London, W1B 2HW


8 Nov 2019 18:30


Czech Centre

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