Three Brothers (2014 film)

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Three Brothers
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Directed by Jan Svěrák
Produced byJan Svěrák
Written by Zdeněk Svěrák
Starring Tomáš Klus, Vojtěch Dyk, Zdeněk Piškula
Music by Jaroslav Uhlíř, Michal Novinski
Cinematography Vladimír Smutný
Edited by Alois Fišárek
Production
company
Biograf Jan Svěrák
Phoenix Film
Novinski
Distributed byBioscop
Release date
  • 14 August 2014 (2014-08-14)
Running time
87 minutes
CountryCzech Republic
Denmark
Language Czech
BudgetCZK 42 million [1]
Box officeCZK 73.5 million [2]

Three Brothers (Czech : Tři bratři) is a 2014 film directed by Jan Svěrák and written by his father Zdeněk Svěrák.

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Plot

The film is about brothers Jan, Pepa and Matěj. They set up to find a bride. The film is divided into three parts. Each part follow one brother as he finds his love. Jan saves Sleeping Beauty and a cursed Kingdom. Jan then marries Sleeping Beauty and becomes new King. Matěj becomes Gamekeeper in Jan's forest. He saves Little Red Riding Hood and her Grandmother from evil Wolf. Matěj is then promised to marry Little Red Riding Hood when she becomes old enough. Pepa falls in love with Maruška who lives her Stepmother and her Stepsister Holena. Stepmother tries to get him to marry Holena but Pepa rejects her and eventually marries Maruška. [3]

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References

  1. "Pozoruhodné podnikání otce a syna Svěrákových. Po odvysílání jejich filmu se začaly šířit nepěkné zprávy. Jde o desítky milionů ze státního..." Parlamentní Listy. Retrieved 4 May 2018.
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  3. "Tři bratři (2014)". Filmový přehled (in Czech). Retrieved 4 May 2018.