Czech filmmaker Jan Hřebejk presented the film Kawasaki´s Rose in Copenhagen
08.12.2010 / 08:00
Czech filmmaker Jan Hřebejk presented his film Kawasaki´s Rose (2009) – the official entry of the Czech Republic at 2010 Academy Awards – in Copenhagen.
On 7 December 2010 the screening took place at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Copenhagen. The film evoked big interest among diplomats, Danish public and Czech expats. The guests filled up the screening hall with the capacity of 70 seats. The director answered questions after the film and a lively discussion continued informally with a glass of Czech beer in the representation rooms of the Embassy.
Director Jan Hřebejk together with representatives of the Embassy of Japan
Informal discussion continued with a glass of Czech beer
On 8 December 2010 a special screening for students, teachers and film experts was arranged at the National Film School of Denmark, where a fruitful discussion followed after the film.
Jan Hřebejk and interpreter Ludmila Kristensen at the National Film School of Denmark
Kawasaki's Rose is a drama about loyalty and betrayal, guilt and forgiveness and relationships influenced and pressured by the Communist regime. The successful director-writer duo Hřebejk-Jarchovský has for the first time experimented with the genre of psychological drama. The title of the film was inspired by one of the most difficult origami reflecting the complex relations among the characters of the film.