Rent Daisies (1966)

3.5 of 5 from 88 ratings
1h 13min
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Synopsis:
A satirical, subversive, surreal and irreverent story of rebellion, Vera Chytilova's classic film is arguably the most adventurous and anarchic Czech movie of the 1960's. Two young women, both named Marie, revolt against a degenerate and decayed society by attacking symbols of wealth and bourgeois culture in hilarious and mind-warpingly innovative ways. Defiant feminist statement? Nihilistic, avant-garde comedy? Refreshingly uncompromising, Daisies is a riotous, punk-rock poem of a film that remains a cinematic enigma and continues to provoke, stimulate and entertain audiences and influence filmmakers even today.
Actors:
Jitka Cerhová, Marie Cesková, Ivana Karbanová, Jirina Myskova, Marcela Brezinová, , Oldrich Hora, , Josef Konícek, , Jirina Cesková, Václav Chochola, , , Jarosmir Kuvacha, V. Mysková
Directors:
Writers:
Vera Chytilová
Aka:
Sedmikrásky
Studio:
Secondrun
Genres:
Classics, Comedy
Countries:
Czechoslovakia, Classics, Comedy
BBFC:
Release Date:
01/06/2009
Run Time:
73 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3
Colour:
Colour and B & W
Languages:
Czech
Subtitles:
English
Bonus:
  • Journey (Cesta) - Jasmina Bralic’s acclaimed documentary film portrait of director Vera Chytilova
  • Trailer
BBFC:
Release Date:
22/10/2018
Run Time:
76 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.37:1
Colour:
Colour and B & W
Languages:
Czech
Subtitles:
English
Bonus:
  • New and exclusive audio commentary by the Daughters of Darkness... Samm Deighan and Kat Ellinger
  • Audio commentary by film historians Peter Hames and Daniel Bird
  • Journey (Cesta, 2004) - Jasmina Blazevic's acclaimed documentary film portrait of Vera Chytilova
  • Trailer (2009)

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Reviews (1) of Daisies

Stick with it! - Daisies review by TE

At first the level of whimsy threatens to be just too much, but do persevere, this is a film that gets better and better as it goes along.

The animated scenes are superb and are reminiscent of Jan Svankmajer at his best. The use of vivid colour is also brilliant.

Chytilova deserves to be much better known and this film is a landmark in feminist satire.

It does make one wonder what became of the two young actors who play the lead roles. They are clearly enjoying themselves immensely on set and their energy and harmless nihilism is very engaging.

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