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The Three Brothers

Written by Bastian on . Posted in Catalog, Film

  • Director Jan Sverák
  • Screenwriter Jan Sverák
  • Producer: Jan Sverák
  • Co-producer: Eric Abraham – Christian Falkenberg Husum
  • Starring: Vojtech Dyk – Tomás Klus – Zdenek Piskula
  • Art Design: Václav Novak
  • Director of Photography: Vladimír Smutný
  • Editor: Alois Fisárek
  • Music by: Michal Novinski – Jaroslav Uhlír
  • Runtime: 1 hr. 30 min.
  • Year of release: 2014

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plakat_tri_bratri_maly 8 Stjerner Each of the tales is actually a small independent film that covers the story of three brothers. In addition, all have their own original styling. I will make it simple: Three brothers, I just liked them infinitely. Martin Staněk, totalfilm.cz

The musical film The Three Brothers (Czech: Tři bratři) is the second feature film for children from director and producer Jan Svěrák, following Kooky in 2010. “While raising funds for the production we were frequently asked why we chose a fairy tale,” Jan Svěrák says. “The answer is simple. We wanted to give the classic Czech fairy tale back the self-confidence that it has lost in the past years due to the pressure of Hollywood blockbusters, which it tries to emulate with fantastic figures and tricks.” The director, an Academy Award winner for the film Kolya (Best Foreign Language Film, 1997), reckons that many fairy-tale adaptations offer a pop-culture mutation of traditional fairy tales, which distracts from their essence. “Classic stories should be passed on in their original form. I wouldn’t want my children to watch warped fairy-tale motives, like having Little Red Riding Hood fight vampires with a flame-thrower. Children need the fairy tale essentials.”  
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