A 4-disc set comprising three haunting epics from the godfather of the Czech New Wave – along with Tomáš Hejtmánek's acclaimed 2003 documentary portrait of Vlácil.
A fantastic opportunity to discover this great visionary master of world cinema. Set includes:
Marketa Lazarová (1967): Voted the greatest Czech film ever made, a dark and passionate medieval epic that chronicles the doomed love affair of two young lovers set against the rivalry between two warring clans.
The Valley of the Bees (1967): Set in 13th century Europe - a raw and powerful moral fable of corruption and fundamentalism.
Adelheid (1969): Vlácil's first colour film - an emotional tale of two lovers caught up in the bitter political and emotional aftermath of WWII.
Sentiment (2003): The acclaimed documentary portrait of Vlácil - EXCLUSIVE TO THIS BOX SET.
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So far, I've only watched Marketa Lazarova and The Valley of the Bees, but they are both excellent films set in the same Medievel period, yet entirely different in scope and tone. Highly recommended. Although just DVD and not Blu-Ray, the black & white transfers are crisp and excellent.