Zdenek Podskalský – Bílá paní AKA The White Lady (1965)


from damascus:

“As a child growing up in the 60’s on a military base owing its existence to the Cold War, I had absolutely no way to know that behind the Iron Curtain anything existed beyond political prisons and secret police. I was taught that there was no freedom of any sort in a communist country. This film helps to strip away those lies and peel back the cultural isolation that results from a “normal” American upbringing and education. It contains an incredibly surreal scene that mocks the failings of communism in an unmistakable manner. ” Continue reading