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- Krátky Film, Prag
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- Short Film
Homosexuality is a strict taboo in Czechoslovakia. This documentary looks at the social aspects of this in a changing society and interviews several homosexuals about how they cope with the denial of their sexuality.
(BFI - British Film Institute)
ZAPOVEZENÁ LÁSKA was honored by the TEDDY jury 1991 with a "special mention":
"The Jury recognizes and appreciate the openess in its portrayal of gay life in Czechoslovakia. The film stands as an example of our continued struggle for greater freedom in the East and in the West."
BIOGRAFIE Vladislav Kvasnicka
Vladislav Kvasnicka was born on December 13, 1956 in Prague, Czechoslovakia. He was a director and writer, known for Tabuisierte Liebe (1991), Konec vesnych casu (1992) and A pomáhal jen bùh (1990). He died on June 10, 2012 in Prague, Czech Republic.
FILMOGRAFIE Vladislav Kvasnicka (selection)
1992 Konec vesnych casu (Short) 1990 A pomáhal jen bùh 1990 Zapovezená láska