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LONG LIVE THE FAMILY

by Robert Sedláček

synopsis

Thirty-year-old Libor is the father of two children, a former teacher, now a senior bank executive whose company went bankrupt because fraud by the managers was uncovered. The investigators offer to plea bargain in exchange for Libor's coope¬ration, and also suggest what all they know about him. Apparently there is plenty for a prison sentence. Libor takes time to reflect and convinces his wife to go away for a few days. Is he fleeing from justice, or does he merely want to delay the moment of truth, when he tells his wife he will have to go to jail? Or is there something else going on entirely?

international title: Long Live the Family
original title: Rodina je zaklad statu
country: Czech Republic
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Robert Sedláček
film run: 100'
release date: CZ 13/10/2011
screenplay: Robert Sedláček
cast: Igor Chmela, Jiří Vyorálek, Simona Babčáková, Eva Vrbková
cinematography by: Petr Koblovský
film editing: Matouš Outrata
producer: Radim Procházka
production: Produkce Radim Procházka, Czech Television - Česká televize
backing: Czech State Fund for the Support and Development of Czech Cinematography
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