Prague

(1992)
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This ambitious overview of the history of Prague provides a wealth of information about the city, both visual and verbal, but suffers from a one-note presentation. One note dominates the narration, that of continuity between past and present, and also the camerawork -- contrived to be as artful and art filled as the narration. Modern and ancient architecture and other cultural attributes of Prague, including scenes from the stage play Amadeus serve as a backdrop to the lecture on the nature of Prague history -- a non-stop "continuity of consciousness."

  1. Ian Sellar

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  1. Alan Cumming

    Alan Cumming

  2. Sandrine Bonnaire

    Sandrine Bonnaire

  3. Bruno Ganz

    Bruno Ganz

  4. Raphael Meiss

  5. Henri Meiss

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Prague

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  • May 26, 1992
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Original Language English

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