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The two times the award has been split were in 20, when Jan Svěrák took the award for Vratné lahve and Dark Blue World, respectively.Those two awards, in addition to a win for Kolja (which went on to win the Best Foreign-Language Film Oscar), ties Svěrák with Jan Hřebejk (Horem pádem, Divided We Fall, and Šakalí léta) as the most-honored Best Director winner.This year, Zdeněk Jiráský’s Poupata, a small-town family drama, has taken the Best Picture award in a similarly surprising victory.
Nevinnost, a drama about a man accused of a vicious crime from director Jan Hřebejk, scored two acting wins, for lead actress Anna Geislerová and supporting actor Hynek Čermák.
About half (10 out of 19) of the Best Picture winners have been submitted to the Academy Awards as the official selection of the Czech Republic (each country can only submit one film to compete for the Best Foreign-Language Film Oscar).
Along with Svěrák’s Oscar-winning Kolja, Hřebejk’s Divided We Fall and Ondřej Trojan’s Želary have been nominated for the Best Foreign-Language Film Academy Award.
Few winners are of note; Zdeněk Troška’s three Kameňák films bear the distinction of winning the award each year from 2003-5.
Recenze - Pusinky Karin Babinské se dočkaly příznivého přijetí, Bestiář Ireny Pavláskové si naopak vysloužil recenze téměř bezvýhradně záporné.
The little-seen film had tallied a box office total of less than 1 million CZK since its December release (even less than last year’s Pouta).