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Wilson City (2015)

Wilsonov (original title)
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Comedy inspired by paperback crime novels tells the story of an adventurous search for a mysterious murderer who just after the end of the First World War has begun a rampage in Wilson City... See full summary »

Director:

Tomás Masín

Writers:

Marek Epstein (screenplay), Marek Epstein | 1 more credit »
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4 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jirí Machácek ... FBI agent Aaron Food
Vojtech Dyk ... Kvido Eisner
Tatiana Pauhofová ... Sajndele (as Tána Pauhofová)
Jan Kraus ... Wittich
Hoji Fortuna ... Bobby
Richard Stanke ... Dangl
Lubo Kostelný ... Brunner
Stanislav Majer ... Mitt
Peter Simun Peter Simun ... Popper
Stanislav Zindulka ... Father Kaiser
Petr Ctvrtnícek ... Gendarmerie commander
Csongor Kassai ... Hans
Tatiana Evonuk Tatiana Evonuk ... Moserova
Jirí Marysko ... Doorman
Petr Vanek ... Pension employee
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Storyline

Comedy inspired by paperback crime novels tells the story of an adventurous search for a mysterious murderer who just after the end of the First World War has begun a rampage in Wilson City, a jerkwater town somewhere in Central Europe. The investigation is being led by an inhomogeneous pair of detectives - a greenhorn and local police cadet named Kvido Eisner (Vojtech Dyk) and an experienced FBI officer Aaron Food (Jirí Machácek), who has been sent to Europe by US President Woodrow Wilson himself. Written by Czech Film Center

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Not Rated
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Language:

Czech | Slovak

Release Date:

October 2015 (Czech Republic) See more »

Also Known As:

Wilson City See more »

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Budget:

CZK 52,500,000 (estimated)
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Color
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In various interviews, both director Tomás Masín and screenwriter Marek Epstein said that they were influenced by two famous Czech steam-punk comedies Adele's Dinner (1978) and The Mysterious Castle in the Carpathians (1981), directed by Oldrich Lipský. See more »

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Featured in 23. Ceský lev (2016) See more »

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