Winner of both the Best Director and the Jury Prizes at the 1969 Cannes Film Festival, Vojt ch Jasný's auto-biographical All My Good Countrymen is one of the wonders of the Czech New Wave - but also one of the least-known films from that miraculous era of Czech filmmaking. Completed barely before the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968 it was immediately banned and never shown.
It's deceptively simple narrative weaves a complex tapestry around the interwoven lives and stories of a group of Moravian villagers immediately following the socialization of Czechoslovakia in 1948.
Interviews, Booklet essay
New HD restoration from the Czech National Archive with restored picture and sound.