Previously at the ICA - Films
8 Nov 2014
In 1993 former political dissident, leader of the Velvet Revolution, playwright and essayist Václav Havel became the first president of a new country, the Czech Republic and was given a mandate to transform that state and its institutions.
Following him from day one, filmmaker Pavel Koutecký provides an intimate view of a man thrust into the spotlight of international politics and celebrity, struggling to maintain a balance between public and personal lives while bringing his nation out of its communist past and into a free, democratic future.
Citizen Havel, dirs. Pavel Koutecký, Miroslav Janek, CZ 2008, 120 min. English subtitles, cert. 12
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