Kocár do Vídne (1966)

a.k.a Carriage to Vienna

A WW2 story of a young Austrian soldier running from the Russian army and a woman whom he forces to come along in order to save his wounded mate.


The film was discussed at the top and was banned during shooting. But Jan Prochazka pressured the President to let Kachyna finish his film. At the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, there was complete silence during and after the screening and the audience seemed shocked…The reviewers refused to accept its central idea. Only the Polish critic Boleslaw Michalek underlined the general validity of this film which is about ethics – not only in connection with a concrete story from the Second World War but about war as such in which everybody is necessarily a victim.

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