vetchy

vetchy

(ˈvɛtʃɪ)
adj, -ier or -iest
(Botany) consisting of vetches
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With: Ondrej Vetchy, Tomas Hanak, Michal Suchanek, Renata VisnerovaProkopova.
Fanda and his wife Emilie (Stella Zazvorkova) are living economically in an apartment owned by their son Jara (Ondrej Vetchy), who wants them to go to an old-age home so that he can move in with his second wife.
Leaving behind his best girl and his loyal dog (giving rise to an insufferably cute heart tugger as the pooch follows his bike), Franta (Ondrej Vetchy) fetches up in Britain where, with his fellow countrymen, he joins the RAF and spends boring weeks trying to learn English, playing at fighter pilots on bicycles and chatting up the local lasses.
To address the crisis within the defense ministry and general staff establishment, which has ballooned to 3,500 personnel with the addition of background institutions, Prime Minister Milos Zeman in May 2001 relieved Defense Minister Vladimir Vetchy. He appointed Defense Minister Jaroslav Tvrdik, who immediately replaced defense ministry deputies and tasked them with developing a concept in 90 days for developing a totally professional force in 4 to 6 years.
"Dirty Soul," Drama; producer, Milan Cieslar; director, Milan Cieslar; cast, Tatiana Vilhelmova, Ondrej Vetchy, Jan Budar.
With: Jakub Doubrava, Tana Pauhofova, Petr Forman, Karel Zima, Zuzana Stivinova, Ondrej Vetchy, Pavel Zednicek, Pavel Ladovsky.
With: Tana Pauhofova, Ondrej Vetchy, Milan Mikulcik, Anna Siskova, Ady Hajdu, Julius Satinsky, Csongor Kassai, Szidi Tobias.
Ema Dorota Nvotova Mother Jana Hubinska Taxi driver Ondrej Vetchy Karel Mario Kubas With: Tatiana Vilhelmova, Lukas Latinak, Dana Batulkova, Pavel Kikincuk, Adela Decastelo.
Frantisek "Fanda" Hana Vlastimil Brodsky Emilie Hanova Stella Zazvorkova Eduard "Eda" Stara Stanislav Zindulka Jaroslav "Jara" Hana Ondrej Vetchy Maruska Zita Kabatova Realtor Jiri Labus A mellowly defiant pensioner risks alienating his exasperated wife of 44 years in the deftly low-key comedy "Autumn Spring," which reps an expertly old-school return to form for helmer Vladimir Michalek and cameraman Martin Strba after the serf-consciously gritty DV misfire "Angel Exit." Though perhaps a bit too sly for its own good, pic showcases canny perfs from a trio of national treasures that for the most part translate internationally, and thus could score wherever auds skew toward more old-fashioned tastes.
"Dark Blue World," producers, Eric Abraham, Jan Sverak; director, Jan Sverak; cast, Ondrej Vetchy, Krystof Hadek, Tara Fitzgerald.
Franta Slama Ondrej Vetchy Karel Vojtisek Krystof Hadek Susan Whitmore Tara Fitzgerald Machaty Oldrich Kaiser Doctor Hans-Jorg Assmann Wing Commander Bentley Charles Dance English teacher Anna Massey (Czech, English and German dialogue) Young Czech helmer Jan Sverak's distinctive gift, shown in "Kolya," for juggling Bohemian charm with deep-rooted emotion succeeds on the much larger stage of"Dark Blue World," thanks to another well-textured script by his father, Zdenek Sverak, and performances that play to the front row rather than the gallery.
Joining the director were his script-writing father Zdenek, producer Eric Abraham, and stars Ondrej Vetchy, Tara Fitzgerald, Hans Jorg Hassmann and Krystof Hadek.