O ztracené lásce (2002) ep02
50min | Family | Mar 4 2002 (Czechia)
The nine-part television series About Lost Love was filmed based on the book of the same name and screenplay by Eva Hudečková. The realm of King Skrček of Fištrón will be cursed, one misfortune will be followed by another, human hearts will be filled with ruthlessness and cruelty, and the royal son Orthodox will be lost. All this caused the king’s reckless decision to expel love from the land as an unnecessary and insignificant thing. The rural girl Honza brings hope for the future. Although the judges gave her many blessed qualities, she will not save her from fatal wounds and pain. She has to go through many difficult trials, she is prosecuted by evil rather than good, she becomes the target of resentment and malice. But John refuses to submit to evil and hatred, looking for love in his heart as the only possible way to other people. He tries to save the fate of the beloved Prince Orthodox and the whole country, he often finds himself in danger of death, when sacrificing for others. Her painful journey is accompanied by fairy-tale creatures, often as unpredictable as the people he meets on the pilgrimage of life. The happy ending fixes everything, but it is costly redeemed and the path to it leads to hell.
12-year-old Errol is found by police in a wardrobe in a drug parade on New Year’s Eve. No one knows who he is or where he comes from and it takes months before he gives his name or talks at all. In his first foster family, he thrives over time, and just as confidence has begun to grow strong, Errol finds out that the placement is only temporary. In desperation, he flees to Stockholm, where he is confronted with the harsh life on the street and in the doorways, utilized by dirty boots with features borrowed by Fagin and hiding from the police. Together with Alfons, who came from Germany during the war, he hangs himself as a small criminal circus artist…
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