The Fireman's Ball (UK-import) (Blu-ray + DVD)

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It's the annual firemen s ball in a small Czech town, and the organisers decide to liven up the usually dull event with a raffle and a beauty contest. But with the former plagued by thievery and the latter by bribery, the event rapidly descends into farce and that s before a fire breaks out... The last film that Milo Forman (One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest, Amadeus) made in his native country and language, The Firemen's Ball is a sparkling comedy that s also one of the best showcases of the director s uncanny ability to extract flawless performances out of an entirely non-professional cast largely made up of actual firemen. It was nominated for an Oscar, but the Czech Communist authorities were so convinced that it was a satirical allegory about official incompetence that the film was officially banned forever, or at least until the 1989 Velvet Revolution. It's now regarded as one of the greatest of all Czech films.


  • Original Czech soundtrack in uncompressed PCM mono audio
  • Appreciation by Czech film expert David Sorfa
  • Archival interviews with director Milos Forman, cinematographer Miroslav Ond í ek and co-writer Ivan Passer
  • New Wave Faces: Michael Brooke salutes the non-professional actors who made an indelible impression on 1960s Czech cinema
  • Reversible sleeve featuring two pieces of artwork from the original release


Produksjonsår 1967 Utgitt 2015
Format Blu-ray + DVD Sone Sone B
Sjanger Komedie Antall disker 2
Spilletid 1 timer 11 minutter Aldersgrense 15
Undertekster Engelsk Lydformater Dolby Digital 5.1 (Tjekkisk), DTS HD (Tjekkisk)
Bildeformater Widescreen 16:9 Anamorphic Regissør Milos Forman
Skuespillere Frantisek Debelka, Jan Stöckl, Jan Vostrcil, Josef Kolb, Josef Sebanek, Josef Valnoha Bestillingsnummer FCD1150
Serie Arrow Films

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