|Directed by||David Mrnka|
|Written by||David Mrnka, Robert J. Conant|
|Music by||Aleš Březina, Drew Allen|
Loaded Vision Entertainment
Milada is a 2017 Czech biographical film written, produced and directed by David Mrnka. It stars Israeli actress Ayelet Zurer as Milada Horáková. The film was a Czech-American co-production. The movie follows the life of Milada who was hanged by the Czechoslovakia communist party on fabricated charges of conspiracy and treason.
The story of Milada Horáková, democratic pre-WW2 Czech politician first arrested and tried by the Nazis during the War and then the post-war Communist government for her refusal to cease her opposition activity and leave the country.
- Ayelet Zurer as Milada Horáková
- Robert Gant as Bohuslav Horák
- Daniel Rchichev (age 6), Karina Rchichev (age 13) and Taťjana Medvecká (age 57) as Jana Horáková
- Vica Kerekes as Milada's sister, Vera
- Igor Orozovič as Sister's Husband
- Jaromír Dulava as Milada's Father
- Marián Mitaš as Karel Šváb
- Vladimír Javorský as Alois Schmidt
- Dagmar Bláhová as Františka Plamínková
In 1953, Bohuslav (her husband) arrives in Washington, D. C. after several failed attempts to take Jana (their daughter) with him. - In 1968, after being separated for nearly 20 years, Jana and Bohuslav are finally reunited in the U.S.A. - In 1989, Communism is overthrown in a bloodless revolution. Czechoslovakia is freed from the communist regime. - Over two billion people live under dictatorship around the world today. - We dedicate this movie to their fight for freedom. - TRUTH SHALL PREVAIL - Milada Horakova (1901 - 1950)
- "Vaše, jen Vaše Milada. Režisér filmu o Horákové našel svou hrdinku v dopisech a vzpomínkách dcery". iROZHLAS (in Czech). Retrieved 1 November 2017.
- "Dlouho očekávaná premiéra filmu o Horákové: Peníze nedali ani miliardáři…". Blesk.cz. Retrieved 1 November 2017.
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