Intimate Lighting

Intimate Lighting

Synopsis

This subtle comedy of provincial life is the debut film of a great director and one of the signature works of the Czech New Wave. Focussing on the humour of the ordinary and routine and stunningly shot by Miroslav Ondricek, Ivan Passer's film concerns the dreams of two musician friends, one of whom, having left their small hometown to become successful, returns to visit the other who stayed behind to become a local music teacher.

Technical Specs

Director: Ivan Passer
Year: 1966
Country: Czechoslovakia
Language: Czech
Duration: 71 min
Colour: B/W
Certificate: PG
Alternate Title: Intimní Osvětlení