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Czech movie The Clowns at Francophonie

On March 25, 2019 The Czech Embassy in Pristina participated in the Francophonie events by screening of the Czech film „The Clowns“ by the director Viktor Tauš. The Acting Head of Mission, Dušan Králík, presented the screening of the movie in the French Institute in Pristina. An audience of the students of the Pristina University, the Czech soldiers of the KFOR and UNMIK mission, a representative of the EU Office in Pristina, representatives of Diplomatic Corps and the cultural attaché of the French Embassy and many others watched the movie with great interest.

The Clowns - at the beginning of their careers Oskar, Max and Viktor created a superstar clown trio called The Busters. Their clownery personified little islands of freedom in the midst of a motionless swamp of resignation during the communist regime of the former Czechoslovakia. An explosive disagreement, however, led to the three clowns breaking up. As it turns out, the clowns, beloved by the nation, can't stand each other. Now, after thirty years in exile, Oskar (Didier Flamand) returns to end his artistic career in Prague. The meeting with his former friends leads to an unavoidable confrontation with now morbidly obese Viktor (Jiří Lábus) and terminally ill Max (Oldřich Kaiser). Even after all this time the question remains the same: who will have the last laugh?

After a very successful screening of The Clowns, the Reception followed up at the French Institute of Prishtina.


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