Loves of a Blonde
Loves of a Blonde
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Milos Forman's great comedy is an acute satire of Czech daily life. The film focuses on the relationship of a factory girl and a touring piano player. After spending a night together in a provincial town, she suddenly appears at the doorstep of his parents'' house with devastating results. With Hana Brejchova, Josef Sebanek and Vladimir Pucholt. "Compassionate, painfully true and continually beguiling" (Time Magazine). In Czech with English Milos Forman---Czechoslovakia---1965---88 mins.

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  | Hedges#1

Interesting boy meets girl Czech style turn; one I've wanted to catch for years. Great opening with the Beatle wannabe doing a "yeah, yeah" number (brings to mind Frankie Avalon's Fab 4 spoofing Mr. Potato Bug character in the Beach Psrty flicks, done as a hasty substitute when they couldn't get the real ones). Deservedly was an international hit.

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  | Joyce#1

A very touching film. I watched it twice as it took me awhile to understand the setting: the female world of the factory and the dormitory is crucial to understanding the romantic attachments and disappointments of the main character.

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