Czech film 3 Seasons in Hell presented at the European Film Festival 2012 in Hong Kong
14.02.2012 / 05:22
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Consulate General of the Czech Republic in Hong Kong presented the Czech film 3 Seasons in Hell at the European Film Festival 2012 that was be held in Hong Kong from March 2 to March 14, 2012. A romantic drama directed by Tomáš Mašín tells a story of a young nonconformist poet living in 1947 Czechoslovakia when the Communist regime starts to reveal its repressive sides. 3 Seasons in Hell won 3 Czech Lion Awards in 2009 - one of them was the best actor award for the main film actor Krystof Hadek.
3 Seasons in Hell was screened twice in its Hong Kong premiere: on March 8, 2012 from 9:50 p.m. and on March 12, 2012 from 7:45 p.m. - in both cases at Palace IFC in Central, Hong Kong Island. More information about the film 3 Seasons in Hell can be found on the official film website.
The European Film Festival offers Hong Kong audience every year a unique opportunity to get themselves acquainted with internationally acclaimed features of contemporary European cinema. The films were presented by 15 Consulates General of European Union member states in Hong Kong and the Office of the European Union to Hong Kong in association with Broadway Cinematheque. Detailed information about the festival programme and complete listing of screened films can be obtained here.