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Paper Heads

Papierove Hlavy · dir. Dusan Hanák
Slovakia 1995, 96’

This film is about communism in Czechoslovakia from 1945 to 1989. Dusan Hanák tries to explore these past times with archives. There is an Illusion of equality and on the other side Reality of violence to people which did not agree with majority. At present there are lot of people which think that before 1989 it was better to live... This film is also for them to realize how it really was and Paper Heads are a reflection about liberty and its lack ― said Dusan Hanák.

Director:Dusan Hanák
Screenplay:Dusan Hanák
Music:Pavel Fajt
Cinematography:Alojz Hanúsek
Editing:Patrik Pass
Awards:Najlepszy Dokument / Best Documentary (Czeska Nagroda Krytyków / Czech Critics Award 1997), Najlepszy Film/Wideo Historyczny / Best Film & Video – History (San Francisco IFF 1997)