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Bohumil Hrabal

Highest Rated: 100% Ostre Sledované Vlaky (Closely Watched Trains) (1966)

Lowest Rated: 100% Ostre Sledované Vlaky (Closely Watched Trains) (1966)

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Bohumil Hrabal was one of his country's most beloved authors and one of Prague's most colorful characters. Many of his stories have been made into films, such as Larks on a String (1969), Cutting It Short (1980), and Too Loud a Solitude (1995), but his best-known work is Ostre Sledovane Vlaky/Closely Watched Trains (1965), which became one the most popular films to come out of Eastern Europe. Hrabal did not become an author until he was almost 50. Before that, he graduated from Charles University in Prague with a law degree and held many odd jobs. Hrabal died in 1997 after falling from the window of a Prague hospital; apparently he had been leaning out the window to feed some birds when he lost his balance.

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Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Too Loud A Solitude (une Trop Bruyante Solitude) Screenwriter 1996
No Score Yet Slavnosti Snezenek Screenwriter 1984
No Score Yet Festival Of The Snowdrops (Slavnosti Snezenek) Screenwriter 1983
100% Ostre Sledované Vlaky (Closely Watched Trains) Screenwriter 1966
No Score Yet Pearls of the Deep Screenwriter 1966

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