Pasták is a Czech drama film. It was made by director Hynek Bočan in 1968 but only released in 1990.
A young teacher is sent to a rural reform school, where he is faced with brutality of the inmates. The story, based on the novel of the same name by Karel Misafi, was banned during the final editing of the film and was only finished and released after the Velvet Revolution.
The director Hynek Boãan (b. 1938) avoided persecution during “normalization” by shooting harmless comedies and fairy tales. After the Velvet Revolution he became one of the most productive directors of television series. He was responsible for the continuation of the popular television series “Nemocnice na kraji mûsta po dvaceti letech” [Hospital on the Edge of Town After 20 Years] dealing with the fates of doctors and their patients. At the present, he is making a series about the lives of famous ice hockey players on the decline.
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