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I Served the King of England

During World War II an opportunistic Czech waiter (Ivan Barnev) climbs the ladder of success and becomes involved with an idealistic Nazi (Julia Jentsch) .

Starring
Ivan Barnev Jan Díte, young
Oldrich Kaiser Jan Díte, old
Julia Jentsch Liza
Martin Huba Skrivanek
Marian Labuda Walden
Milan Lasica Professor
Zuzana Fialova Marcela
Josef Abrham Hotelier Brandejs
Jiri Labus Chief Hotel
Jaromír Dulava Karel the waiter

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October 10, 2008 - Triangle.com - By Phillip Francis, The News & Observer

"I Served the King of England" is at once a semi-fantastical encapsulation of Czech history and a Chaplinesque fable of a hapless antihero swept along by fate and selfishly adapting to the whims of power and wealth.

Directed and written by Jirí Menzel and based on a book by famous Czech novelist Bohumil Hrabal, "I Served the King of England" is an award-winning minor masterpiece that harks back to some of the true foreign classics of '70s European and Eastern European cinema.

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Oct 11, 2008 - DDOOLAN on I Served the King of England
I Served The King Of England ... wet dreams?

Serving Soft Porn...

Mr. Francis, in his laudatory review, makes no reference to the extensive, and extended, scenes of female nudity in " I Served the King of England". The film relentlessly lapses into soft porn, to a degree and extent that the movie is dominated by it. Too bad. Women attend films, too, Mr. Francis. Had your review contained some indication of the wet dream quality of the filmmaker's work, I, and other women at the showing I attended, would have stayed away. Memorable, alright. Be forewarned, ladies.

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