Hannah and Her Brothers

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Hannah and Her Brothers
Hana a jej bratia
Directed by Vladimír Adásek
Produced by Viera Sandtnerová
Oľga Hiadlovská
Written by Vladimír Adásek
Starring Vladimír Adásek
Martin Keder
Marta Žuchová
Lucia Hurajová
Patrícia Jarjabková
Music by Ivan Čermák
Hana Hegerová
Cinematography Juraj Chlpík
Edited by Alena Pätoprstá
Release date
January 11, 2001
Running time
77 minutes
Country Slovakia
Language Slovak
Budget 2,000,000 Sk

Hannah and Her Brothers (Slovak: Hana a jej bratia), written and directed by Vladimír Adásek, is the first feature-length film from Slovakia to deal with homosexuality.[1][2] The film premiered in December 2000 at the International Film Festival Bratislava[3] and had its theatrical release in January 2001.

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In the local cabaret "Hannah and Her Brothers", Hana relates the story of the main character, Martin, and his journey of self-discovery through the songs of the Slovak chanteuse Hana Hegerová. The music and lyrics play and important role illustrating and commenting on the action.[1]

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Vladimír Adásek Hana
Martin Keder Martin
Lucia Hurajová Hema
Marta Žuchová Theodora
Patrícia Jarjabková Viera, Martin's mother
Rudolf Kratochvíl Vlado
Juraj Mojžiš Duga
Scarlett Čanakyová Eva
Csongor Kassai Miloš
Gabriela Dzuríková Božka
Danica Koršová Irma
Veronika Turoková Evička
Dušan Cinkota Ondrej
Karol Čálik Kveta
Peter Bebjak Professor
Natália Drabiščáková Magda
Ján Martinkovič Štefan
Nora Srncová Mail carrier

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