Intimate Lighting

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Intimate Lighting
Intimate Lighting FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Ivan Passer
Written by Ivan Passer
Jaroslav Papoušek
Václav Šašek
Starring Zdeněk Bezušek
Edited by Jiřina Lukešová
Release date
8 April 1965
Running time
71 minutes

Intimate Lighting (Czech: Intimní osvětlení) is a Czech drama film directed by Ivan Passer. It was released in 1965.


It follows the adventures of a professional symphony musician, Peter, who comes to a small town to see a friend he has missed, Bambas. He is a teacher and performer at funerals. The two meet again and get involved in some comic exploits, including a possible symphony concert.


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