Directed by Davik Kocar
Genre: short docu - drama
A film about a small village in Moravian Wallachia, Czech Republic, which was due to be torched and razed to the ground, at the very end of World War II.
Winter; the end of January 1945. A group of German soldiers arrives in Loucka, a small village in Moravian Wallachia, Czech Republic, near the Slovak border, with two clear aims: to crush the guerrilla resistance in the Vizovice Highlands, and to control the strategic crossroads at Loucka. They are, however, failing to achieve either of these. After the soldiers are redeployed, the Gestapo from Vizovice and Zlin begin to solve the ‘Partisan Question’ in the area much more radically. On April 19, 1945, a nearby settlement, Plostina, is completely burned down. In three days’ time, Loucka is due to suffer the same treatment…
David Kocar - writer, director, camera, editor
David worked as first and second assistant director on TV films and a TV series for Česká Televize, and also on docudramas for European TV stations ZDF and ARTE. The author of numerous video clips, spots, AV projects and commercials, he is at present the second director and SFX director on the film and docudrama series Cyril and Methodius.
Josef Korenek - producer
Josef is an art producer (especially concerts, music media, and books) who was born and raised in Loucka. As well as being engaged in fundraising for charitable projects, especially concerts in co-operation with Česká Televize, he has initiated a number of citizens’ initiatives and is active in many more. He is a member of the ‘Grand Priory of Bohemia of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta’, and in 2010 was granted with the ‘Order of St. Gregory the Great’ by Pope Benedict XVI.
Petr Siska - producer
Petr is a film producer and co-producer of television programmes for Czech and Polish TV (including the Czech-Polish documentary programmes Poznejme se; Známe se; Hranice dokořán; Days of the People of Goodwill, Velehrad; the annual Anděl Awards of the Czech Academy of Popular Music; the Aurel Awards of the Slovak International Federation of the Phonographic Industry; Láďa Kerndl ve Státní opeře; Ahoj Ostravo; Jarek Nohavica v Lucerně, and many others). He is a successful presenter on the Czech TV channels Prima and Česká Televize, and is CEO of Petarda Production, and markets many of the best-selling CDs in the Czech Republic (including Jaromír Nohavica Doma, Ikarus, Tak mě tu máš, and V Lucerně).
Costume designers: Zuzana Mazáčová, Lenka Vahalová, Gabriela Schüllerová
Bruno Benieschek - Stanislav Severa
Luděk Pochylý, Jana Pochylá, Alžběta Pochylá, Jan Pochylý, Jana Šeligová, Lucie Šeligová, Viktorie Fojtů, Dagmar Běhunčíková, Jiří Machů, Ludmila Hovězáková, Stanislav Zvonek, Stanislav Zvonek jr., Martin Piner, Aneta Pinerová, Pavel Bartoš, Marie Váňová, Maria Machů, Lidmila Andrýsková, Klára Mačková, Iveta Pomykalová, Kamila Nováková, Stanislav Horčica, Radek Dorničák, Karel Hubner, Mirek Vaněk, Josef Kozubík, Jan Jarůšek, Milan Žáček, Pavel Divoký jr., Radek Žalek, Marie Kořenková-Kraliková, Marie Kraliková, Eliška Kraliková, Veronika Kraliková, Svatopluk Andrýsek, Jana Andrýsková, Andrea Žádníková, Natálie Harabišová, Eva Horčicová, Markéta Kovářová, Štěpán Kovář, Zuzana Kovářová, Dan Šeliga, Lada Mačková, Míchaela Pochylá, Stanislav Zvončák, Jaroslav Šůstek, Josef Trčka, Libor Kamenčák, Petr Šafařík, Iveta Skečková, Zuzana Divilová, Marie Pechancová, Tomáš Běhunčík a Miroslava Pochylá
German soldiers: Viktor Krištof
KVH Olomouc: Otakar Hersch, Petr Bukovský, Jaroslav Koutný, Tomáš Beneš, Petr Keda, Libor Hlaváček, Petr Fiala, Jan Majda, Petr Hájek, Ernst Pavel, Krupička, Zdeněk Svozil, Tomáš Brenza. KVH Osmá rota: Zdeněk Hlavatý, Jan Hlavatý, František Hlavatý, Zdeněk David, Tomáš Stibal, Aleš Janota. KVH Belgie: Vladimír Skoumal, Tomáš Böhm, Petr Řeháček, Roman Hráček, Martin Cézar, Pavel Dostál, Milan Čermák, Martin Straděj, Vlastimil Čermák, Richard Knapek, Matěj Zachar. KVH Hraničářský pluk 19, Partisans: Tomáš Matula, Miroslav Pacholík, Adam Trávníček, Filip Hložek, Jiří Novák, Jan Adam
Bruno Benieschek’s family: Zuzana Mazáčová, Belén Mořkovská, Alex Bárta
Voices of German soldiers: Marco Zimmermann, Andreas Wiedemann, Till Janzer
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