Dialogue 20-40-60 (1968)

Dialogue 20-40-60 (1968)
aka Dialóg 20-40-60 
Genre: Drama | Experimental
Country: Czechoslovakia | Directors:
Zbynek Brynych ... (segment "The Sixty-Year-Olds")
Jerzy Skolimowski  ... (segment "Twenty-Year-Olds, The")
Peter Solan ... (segment "The Forty-Year-Olds") 
Language: Slovak | Subtitles: English, Polish
& Slovak (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 77mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 704x416 - 25fps -  1.06gb
Dialóg 20-40-60 is a film in three parts written by Slovak screenwriter Tibor Vichta, and directed by Jerzy Skolimowski, Peter Solan (Before Tonight Is Over), and Zbynek Brynych (The Fifth Horseman is Fear). It explores the relationship of three couples from different generations, using the same written dialog.

There's a great upbeat jazz rock soundtrack composed by Branislav Hronec that ties everything together. Though, most noteworthy is the appearance in the first segment (directed by Polish helmer Jerzy Skolimowski), of French New Wave star Jean-Pierre Léaud, who plays a singer in a big band arriving home after a performance to find an unexpected stranger in his apartment. 

The second part, shot by Slovak director Peter Solan, is the most straightforward one, with the strongest dramatic thread.

While the final segment, directed by Czech filmmaker Zbynek Brynych, is the most poetic and enigmatic of the three. Comprised of noirish visuals with lots of closeups and shadows, it stars Josef Kroner (The Shop on Main Street) as an old man who seems to be trying to recall memories from his past.
 Dialogue 20-40-60 (1968)  

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2 Response to "Dialogue 20-40-60 (1968) "

  1. eschnapur says:

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