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Ucitelka is a movie starring Zuzana Mauréry, Zuzana Konecná, and Csongor Kassai. Since the arrival of the new teacher, Maria Drazdechova, to a Bratislava suburban school in the year of 1983, life has turned upside down for students...

Genres
Comedy, Drama
Director
Jan Hrebejk
Starring
Zuzana Konecná, Csongor Kassai, Zuzana Mauréry, Tamara Fischer

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Comedy, Drama
Director Jan Hrebejk
Writer Petr Jarchovský
Stars Zuzana Konecná, Csongor Kassai, Zuzana Mauréry, Tamara Fischer
Country Slovakia, Czech Republic
Also Known As The Teacher, ザ・ティーチャー, Klasseforstanderen, Leçon de classes, Profesoara, La maestra, Nauczycielka, Ha'mora, Mokytoja, La profesora, Učiteljica, Učiteľka, Vår nya fröken, Η δασκάλα, A Professora, La Maestra
Runtime 1 h 42 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Since the arrival of the new teacher, Maria Drazdechova, to a Bratislava suburban school in the year of 1983, life has turned upside down for students and parents. The teacher's corrupted behavior and one of the students' suicide attempt that could be related to that matter, makes the school Principal call the students' parents for an urgent meeting that will suddenly put the future of all the families at stake. They are asked to sign a petition to move Miss Drazdechova out of the school. The teacher's high connections within the Communist Party makes everyone feel threatened, but at this point they have no choice but to make a decision: will they dare to go against Miss Drazdechova and stand up for what they believe in at any risk, or will they just remain silent and let things be?

Top reviews

Saturday, 30 May 2020 06:38

There is no doubt that this film is a must see for any serious European film-lovers. The cast are so well chosen that you feel like you are watching a documentary of real life events, not a movie of Hollywood. I love the fact that they show the more difficult parts of the life of a young Ukrainian who is trying to find himself in this strange place he is about to live. The film does a wonderful job of showing the reality of the conflict in the former Soviet Union, although it is not in the same way as "What is life?" which showed the life of the ordinary Ukrainian in the middle of the conflict. The characters are very real and the experience of this group of young people is very human. The language used in the film is extremely important, as it gives the whole film a unique air. It is very rare for a movie to have such a great voice in both languages. It is a movie about the very important issue of the breakup of the Soviet Union, and the importance of that moment in history. It is not a movie about the relationship between Ukraine and Russia, but a movie about the reasons of that separation. The movie is a reminder of the importance of the UN and the importance of the European Union. It is also a movie about the positive influence of Ukrainian culture and the need to encourage people from different countries to learn about the Ukrainian culture, and why there is a need for Ukrainians to learn about the Russian culture. It is a movie about the importance of the arts, and the need for it to be taught in schools, universities, art museums and museums. I know that many people may not like this movie, and may not like the subject it deals with. That is fine, but this is the point of the movie, to show the importance of art in the world. So I recommend this movie to everyone, and especially those who are Ukrainian, Russian, or Czech.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 21:17

In the movie, the protagonist, a widowed woman named Janice, plays the part of a waitress in a dimly lit coffee shop in New York City. She is actually a dancer, who falls in love with the owner of the coffee shop, a man named Freddy (J.C.Bronson), and he is obviously the person who gives her the name Janice. In this movie, Janice is a transsexual woman who has a lot of problems in her life, including a life in prison. She is forced to serve a time in prison after an accident. As a transsexual woman, Janice is forced to live in a women's prison. She lives a simple life. She doesn't have a lot of friends, and she is alone in the prison. At one point, she gets a letter from a young woman named Eileen (Melanie Griffith) who tells Janice that she is a famous artist and she is going to Paris with her boyfriend, and she is going to be at the Louvre museum in Paris. Janice is overjoyed. At the same time, Eileen is also in Paris, and she tells Janice that she was also in the Louvre, and she has been there for the past few days. When Janice goes to Paris, she meets other transsexual women, some of whom are in prison. These women are treated like second class citizens. Janice is not happy at all about this. She feels that she has been lied to and that she was tricked by Eileen, who is a famous artist. Janice tries to tell the people that she knows about the Eileen letter. The director of the film, Terry Zwigoff, is trying to show us that even if you are an inferior person, you can still change your way of life. One of the scenes is when Janice is being talked to by the psychologist, Professor Schreiber (Jack Warden). Schreiber tells Janice that the only reason that she was in prison was because she is not a woman and she was forced into it. Janice thinks that Schreiber is telling her that she is not a woman. In the end, Janice is allowed to go back to her old life. She meets a young man named Bobby (Paul LeMat), who helps her to get out of prison. She is also able to see her mother again. She tells the psychologist that she is now a transsexual woman. The therapist tells Janice that she has to wait until she is 70 to be able to change her life. She asks Janice if she is in love with her. Janice says that she is in love with her. When she gets to 70, she has to be in a hospital in the city to live in a women's prison. The therapist tells Janice that she needs to get her therapy back in order to live a normal life. This is when Janice decides to go


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