Comedy • 1966 • 1 hr 16 min
A message that still needs to be heard today. Lovely scenes as well.
There's a manic, liberated energy to everything from the editing and colors to the acting and storytelling.
Věra Chytilová was revolucionalist and this is revolutional
Very surreal, yet enjoyable. Weird ending.
An honest depiction of teenage girls, and the how dangerously impulsive they become when they’re together.
my favorite movie ever. a kaleidoscope of beautiful, strange visuals. this movie is unlike any other.
Pretty silly, aimless, and absurd, but it’s a fun watch and it’s pretty unique
I love this film. It's fun, agressive, and can be looked at in a lot of different ways and from different perspectives
Weird yet entertaining. Those rail shots are pure psychedelia delight.
If you want great visuals and symbolism, this film is for you. If you want a plot or cohesive story line, this film is not for you.
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