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The Colourful World of Otakar Nejedly

Czechoslovakia, 1954 (MIFF 1956, Shapes and Shades)

Director: Jiri Lehovec

The film illustrates the creative achievements of the Czech artist-painter during the last fifty years and indicates his devotion to educate young promising artists.

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