Czech Dream

Czech Dream

Two students from the Czech Film Academy commission a leading advertising agency to organize a huge campaign for the opening of a new supermarket named Czech Dream. The supermarket however does not exist and is not meant to. The advertising campaign includes radio and television ads, posters, flyers with photos of fake Czech Dream products, a promotional song, an internet site, and ads in newspapers and magazines. Will people believe in it and show up for the grand opening?

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Callum R (es) wrote: Gellar drives a lot and looks into mirrors..woefully dull

Mikaela C (br) wrote: I especially love the ending =)

Jolle L (es) wrote: Can't get enought of it! ? chaque fois qu'il passe Fashion Television, je l'coute. Bon, ce n'est pas un film fantastique mais je l'aime pour l'aspect vridique de l'histoire. On y croit. Avant de faire commercialisation de la mode, je pensais que le monde de la mode tait comme a. J'ai appris que ce monde vaut mieux que son image. Oui, le train de vie est fou et il est bas dans la superficiabilit mais il vaut mieux que a!

Andrew F (jp) wrote: An excellent, understated performance by Travolta carries this film - and manages to keep it somewhat afloat as it descends into an overly earnest polemic. Extremely entertaining, with great performances all around. Nobody plays white-collar sleaze quite like Alan Alda.

Richard L (gb) wrote: This movie succeeds in being sadder and more retarded than the reality it tries to depict.

Jonathan B (fr) wrote: Weirdly intimate portrayal of the real-life inspiration of Alice in Wonderland, Alice Liddel. Well done, but getting a little long in the tooth. Could really do with a Film Four remake to really make the subject matter shine.

Private U (fr) wrote: I saw this movie a very long time ago and it has stuck with me for over 20 years. I would like to see it a again.

Steph D (fr) wrote: The 3rd best film set in Scotland

John R (mx) wrote: Because its Fred and Ginger, this is a fabulous film (Fred's solo dance to "I Won't Dance" is one of the best ever), but the story line of this one is particularly cheesy, and that is a little distracting. In the pantheon of the Fred and Ginger films, this is second tier -- but compared to most other musical/dance flicks, its top notch!!

Paco B (ca) wrote: Not much in itBest scene: the shootings

Allan C (ru) wrote: Jet black comedy disguised as a crime film. Emile Hirsch and his trailer park family (Thomas Haden Church, Gina Gershong, and Juno Temple) hire a Dallas Police Detective who moonlights as a hitman, known as Killer Joe and played by the excellent Matthew McConaughey, to kill Church's ex-wife so Temple can collect her life insurance. The one catch is that they don't have the money yet to pay McConaughey so he take Temple as a "retainer." Things go downhill from there. This set-up sounds like it could easily be a glib comedy/crime picture ALA "Get Shorty" or "Out of Sigh," this film was directed by William Friedkin who brings an awfully hard edge to the film (it's actually rated NC-17) filled with a number of disturbing moments of sex and violence. Written by Tracy Letts, I'm very curious to see more films from him. My main complaint is that the ending of the film felt like a bit of a punchline, but overall this is a terrific film that will certainly not be for all tasted, but will certainly delight fan of this sort of dark disturbing comedies.

bill s (gb) wrote: De Mornay is wicked good fun but little else is in this overrated thriller.

Dave J (de) wrote: Water Diviner(Russell Crowe) used to help find son or sons remains or whereabouts after Gallipoli