The movie is almost completely devoid of an orchestral score of any kind.
“It is not good if a country does not have clearly defined symbols or if it even does not clearly say what its name is,” Zaoralek said, according to the Czech News Agency.
Although Czechia has the backing of the president, prime minister and heads of parliament, it still has to win cabinet approval and be registered with the United Nations.
The movie's plot is about the famous assassination of Heydrich, Hitler's architect of the Final Solution.
He was ruler of the Czech's who earned the name "The Hangman," for his cruelty towards the Czechs who slowed down the war production in their factories earning violent reprisals from Heydrich.
The ending is my favorite scene, Murphy renders it so well.
What he sees gives him the strength to do what is necessary.
What they did to Holland, Poland, Russia and the Czechs is so despicable and unworthy of all the revisionism by oligarchs who now wish to sell Germany products. Die With The Sword In Your Hand, My Friends, Fighting For Good.
Only the slow pacing, in just a few spots, made me lower this from a ten to a nine.
The characters are so well written that the ones you think will be strong, mess up and the ones who earlier were cowards, make a heroic stand.