A poll for the best Czech film of all time was won at the weekend by the 1939 comedy “Kristián” starring Oldřich Nový and Adina Mandlová and directed by Martin Frič. Some 2,500 people voted in the survey, which was held by the company Media Desk with the cooperation of Týden magazine. All top three places on the list were in fact taken by Martin Frič films, with “Cesta do hlubin študákovy duše” coming in second place and “Eva tropí hlouposti” in third.
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