Seclusion Near a Forest
|Seclusion Near a Forest|
|Directed by||Jiří Menzel|
|Written by||Ladislav Smoljak
|Music by||Jiří Šust|
|Release dates||1 September 1976|
|Running time||95 minutes|
Seclusion Near a Forest (Czech: Na samotě u lesa) is a 1976 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Jiří Menzel. Filming took place near Radešice (the summerhouse scenes) and in Svatý Jan (the funeral and the bar fight).
An ordinary Prague family, the Lavička's, yearns to have a house in the countryside. They make a deal with the charismatic old Mr Komárek (Josef Kemr) that they will rent part of his summerhouse and that he will live there until spring, and then move to his son in Slovakia and sell the house to them. As time goes by, however, he does not appear to be preparing for his leave, and while Věra Lavičková tries to get her husband, Oldřich, to remind Mr Komárek about their deal, Oldřich is not up to it and is instead making friends with the good-natured old man.
- Seclusion Near a Forest at the Internet Movie Database
- Seclusion Near a Forest at the Czechoslovak movie database (in Czech)
- Seclusion Near a Forest at České filmové nebe (in Czech)
- Seclusion Near a Forest at Filmová místa (in Czech)
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