The Cry (1964 film)
|Directed by||Jaromil Jireš|
|Written by||Ludvík Aškenazy
|Edited by||Jiřina Lukešová|
The Cry (Czech: Křik) is a 1964 Czechoslovak drama film directed by Jaromil Jireš. It was entered into the 1964 Cannes Film Festival. It is often described as the first film of the Czechoslovak New Wave, a movement known for its dark humor, use of non-professional actors, and "art-cinema realism". The film's events are ambiguous, leaving it to the viewer to determine whether the telling is objective or from a character's point of view (and if so, whose).
- Eva Límanová as Ivana
- Josef Abrhám as Slávek
- Eva Kopecká
- Jiří Kvapil
- Slávka Procházková
- Hana Talpová
- "Festival de Cannes: The Cry". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 28 February 2009.
- Kristin Thompson and David Bordwell (1994). Film History: An Introduction. McGraw-Hill. p. 541. ISBN 0070064458.
- Kristin Thompson and David Bordwell (1994). Film History: An Introduction. McGraw-Hill. p. 520. ISBN 0070064458.
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