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EYE IN THE WALL

by Miloš J. Kohout

synopsis

The action spans three days. The spring is slow in coming, the days are rainy and mild. Transcending time and state borders, the story could happen just about anywhere. This psychodrama deals not with race or creed but with human character. We meet Sophie and Vincent just as their car skids off the road. The fast-paced storyline then leads them to a deserted house. Two people in a locked room. They know neither each other nor the one who locked them in. Watching them through the opening in the wall in his eye, and the eye foretells nothing good...

international title: Eye in the Wall
original title: Eye in the Wall
country: Czech Republic
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Miloš J. Kohout
film run: 95'
release date: CZ 13/11/2009
screenplay: Iva Hercíková, Miloš J. Kohout
cast: Catherine Flemming, Jürgen Prochnow, Karel Roden, Soňa Valentová
cinematography by: Vladimír Smutný
film editing: Filip Malásek
producer: Nelly Jenčíková, Miloš J. Kohout
production: Magic Film, Soundsquare, ALEF Film & Media Group, Filmové ateliéry, Emita Invest
backing: Eurimages, Czech State Fund for the Support and Development of Czech Cinematography
distributor: Bontonfilm
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