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Examples of "slunce"
Severák a Slunce se hádali, kdo z nich je silnější.
Marie Pilátová (14 May 1921 – 20 January 2015) was a Czech actress known for her role in the comedy trilogy "Slunce, seno, jahody", "Slunce, seno a pár facek" and "Slunce, seno, erotika"; directed by Zdeněk Troška. The role of Konopníková in the trilogy was her only film appearance.
Other films he has directed are "Slunce, seno, erotika" (1991) and "Doktor od jezera hrochů" (2010).
Slunce, seno a pár facek is a Czech comedy film. It was released in 1989.
Kam slunce nechodí is a 1971 Czechoslovak film. The film stars Josef Kemr.
Slunce, seno, erotika is a Czech comedy film. It was released in 1991.
The village was the principle filming location for the multi-award-winning film "Čtyři Slunce" ("Four Suns").
Hospodářské noviny - Ego | Moje neděle: Víkend plný života a slunce: Krajinný architekt Martin Barry… (June 10, 2016)
with Helena Vondráčková such as "Tančit Prý Je Krásné" and "Slunce". In 1985, composer Michael Kocáb wrote the tracks "Karel nese asi
Slunce, seno, jahody is a Czech comedy film made in 1984, usually regarded as one of the classics of the Czech comedy industry. Witten and directed by Zdeněk Troška, it was filmed and set in Hoštice, a small rural village in the Czech portion of the former Czechoslovakia. It is a play on the perceived stereotypes of daily life in a village community.
Though the album lacks the freshness and the humorous flavour of Hipodil's other releases, some of the tracks, like ""Drashtya s nokti"", ""Kato Slunce"" and ""Sprete ni toka"" offer the band's trademark puns, parodies and mockery. ""3X3"" parodies the pop-folk, also known as chalga, quite popular in Bulgaria.
Vávra's "Krakatit" (1948) is based on Karel Čapek's 1924 novel of the same name and contains a strong anti-war message. It centers around an inventor of explosives who tries to keep his invention hidden from those who want to use it to rule the world. The black-and-white original was followed by a 1980 color remake, "Temné slunce", which brings the storyline into the modern era. The later version is generally seen as one of Vávra's lesser efforts.
At the end of the 1960s the sisters met a guitarist Aleš Sigmund from band Vulkán, who helped them create strong creative and musical foundations. Their first records are from 1968, in 1970 they released their first LP record with Panton Records "Dál než slunce vstává". They quickly established themselves in Czech Pop music. They collaborated with many notable artists. Martha and Tena enchiched Czech culture with their southern temperament and Greek spontaneity.
Helena Růžičková (13 June 1936 in Prague – 4 January 2004 in Plzeň) was a Czech actress. Above all, Helena Růžičková was known for her comedic talents, and for films produced in the Czech Republic and East Germany. She became popular especially thanks to her roles in Jaroslav Papoušek's comedy trilogy about the Homolka family (1969-1972), and in another comedy trilogy Slunce, seno...(1984-1991) directed by Zdeněk Troška.
In 1982 "Ein bißchen Frieden" was covered in Czech as "Jsme deti slunce" by Jaromír Mayer, in Croatian as "Malo Mira" by , in Danish as "En smule fred" by , in Hungarian as "Egy kis nyugalmat kívánok én" by Neoton Família, in Polish as "Troszeczkę ziemi, troszeczkę słońca" by Eleni Tzoka and in Finnish as "Vain Hieman Rauhaa" by Katri Helena. In 1996, the Swedish techno/folk/bluegrass band Rednex, known for their hit Cotton-Eye Joe around that time, did a cover of "Ein bißchen Frieden," also played in the Eurovision Song Contest. The song has since been rendered in English as "A Little Peace" recorded by Daniel O'Donnell for his 1997 album "I Believe", and in Dutch as "Een Beetje Vrede" recorded by Kathleen Aerts for her 2009 album "In Symfonie".
As an author of prose, he became established with three books known as the "gay trilogy": "Planeta samých chlapců /Christ Is Dancing" (2008), "Bulvár slunce/Boulevard of the Sun" (2009) and "Zabij mě, Eliso/Kill Me, Elisa" (2009). They are characterized by their openness towards homosexuality, unprecedented not only in the Czech literary context, but elsewhere as well. Review of literary journal "Literární noviny" captured the trauma of gay society encoded in Georgiev's texts: "We are led to believe by Georgiev more often than not that gay people are not loved, that love is missing, that it is pushed away by sexuality." Excerpts from "Boulevard of the Sun" are included in the highly successful Czech anthologies, "Kniha o čuráku/Book About a Dick" and "Kniha o mrdání/Book About Screwing" (both published in 2009).
On 1 June 1979, she gave birth to her daughter Kateřina. On 10 December 1988 after a long absence from the public eye, she appeared at a demonstration on the 40th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, during which she sang the Czechoslovak national anthem. On 22 November 1989, during the Velvet Revolution, she sang "Prayer for Martha" and the Czechoslovak national anthem from a balcony on Wenceslas Square. Then followed the reissue of "Songy a Balady", and in 1990 she returned to the studio and the stage. On 2 June 1990 she performed the famous show "Marta v Lucerně", for which she was awarded the Golden Nightingale in 1970. The music was performed by the group Energit and directed by Lubos Andršt, with whom she then went on tour to perform 60 concerts around Czechoslovakia, as well as shows in Japan, Paris and Berlin. In 1991 she co-hosted Advent concerts. Two years later she rejoined with Vondráčková and Neckář in a Golden Kids comeback. On 28 October 1995 she received the a state award – the Medal of Merit – from President Václav Havel. Adam Georgiev released her biography, "Chytat slunce" ("Catching the Sun"), in 1995. On 7 March 1998, she was awarded the Honorary Medal of T.G. Masaryk at a ceremony in the ballroom of Prague Castle. In October 2002, she was bestowed with the St. Wenceslas Honours. Three years later, her second biographical book "Asi to tak sám Bůh chtěl", written by Luboš Nečas, was published.