Film & Beer: Cosy Dens
September 18, 2018, 7:00 PM
Bistro Bohem will screen the film Cosy Dens (Pelišky) on September 18, 2018, at 7 pm, as part of the ongoing Film and Beer Series. Set during Christmas 1967, two neighboring families stand on opposite sides of the political spectrum. Mr. Šebek is a loyal supporter of the regime, while Mr. Kraus, a decorated World War II resistance fighter and Czech nationalist, is staunchly anti-Soviet. The two men argue incessantly while their wives try to keep the peace. Meanwhile, the Šebek's teenage son becomes infatuated with the Kraus's daughter. She, though, has a crush on a teenager who has long hair, loves the Beatles, and wears American boots. Treat yourself to this classic early film of acclaimed director Jan Hřebejk.
Cosy Dens (Pelíšky)
Director: Jan Hřebejk, 1999, 116 min., Czech with English subtitles
About the series: This marks the seventh year of the Film and Beer Series at Bistro Bohem. This year, the series presents films representing the last 100 years. All films will screen in Czech with English subtitles. Each screening includes one free beer as well as an introduction by a representative from the Czech Embassy. All screenings are subject to change.
Date/Time: September 18, 2018, at 7 pm
Venue: Bistro Bohem
600 Florida Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008
202/735-5895 or firstname.lastname@example.org | Admission is free!
Guests must arrive by 6:45 pm to keep their reservation.
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