The director Vít Klusák is shooting a film about his father, the well-known composer Emil Viklický, but the latter wants nothing to do with it. This creates a portrait without portraiture, since the director places a double in the role of his father, whom he finds through an advertisement published in newspapers. What is interesting is that Klusák does not know his real father personally, but only meets him (or fails to meet him) for the second time in his life while filming...
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Have you watched Portrait of Emil Viklický: Jazz War yet? What did you think about it?