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"The Ear": Ucho is a Czech language film by Karel Kachyňa, completed in 1970. It is often compared to the play and movie Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. This film was withheld from circulation by the nation's ruling Communist party. It wasn't released until late 1989, around the time of Czechoslovakia's first democratic elections in over 40 years.
- also known as Ucho
- country: Czechoslovakia
- language: Czech Language
- producer: Karel Vejřík
- art direction by Oldřich Okáč
- written by Jan Procházka & Karel Kachyňa
- based on a story by Jan Procházka
- Radoslav Brzobohatý as Ludvík
- Jiřina Bohdalová as Anna
- Jiří Císler as Standa
- Miloslav Holub as Generál
- Jaroslav Moučka as Vagera
- František Němec as Tajný
- Bořivoj Navrátil as Cejnar
- Jindřich Narenta as Secretary
- Gustav Opočenský as Comrade
- Ivan Palúch as StB Officer
- Alice Auspergerová
- Milica Kolofiková
- Daniela Pokorná
- Karel Vlcek
- Ladislav Krecmer
- cinematography by Josef Illík
- edited by Miroslav Hájek
- music by Svatopluk Havelka
- set decoration by Ester Krumbachová
- genres: Thriller, Psychological Drama
- released on (24 years ago)
The Ear is a fictional character from the book The Ear, the Eye, and the Arm.
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In the Flesh (2012)
Twenty Writers Explore the Body by Lynne Van Luven, Kathy Page
Strictly speaking, the ear is a transducer, efficiently changing energy from one form into another, but that is a chilly definition for what goes on every time we listen to Beethoven's Ninth or the baby crying or the conversation behind us on the bus ...
by Bruce M. Carlson
EAR The ear is a complex structure consisting of three major subdivisions: the external, middle, and internal ear. The Congenital Malformations of the Eye Anophthalmos and Microphthalmos Anophthalmos, the absence of an eye, is very rare ...
Life with Wings (2010)
by Ruth Baird Shaw
The ear is an amazing receiver set, picking up sounds between sixteen cycles and eighteen thousand cycles a second...
by Susan Sawyer
The ear is a paired sensory organ comprised of the auditory system, which is focused on sound, and the vestibular system, which is focused on maintaining balance and equilibrium. The ear can be divided into three distinct parts both ...
Extremely Loud (2013)
Sound as a Weapon by Juliette Volcler
INTRODUCTION “WE DON'T YET KNOW WHAT A SONIC BODY CAN DO”1 Considered from a military perspective, the ear is a vulnerable target: you can't close it, you can't choose what it hears, and the sounds that reach it can profoundly ...
The Frog Book (1906)
North American Toads and Frogs, with a Study of the Habits and Life Histories of Those of the Northeastern States by Mary Cynthia Dickerson
The ear is a conspicuous vertical oval. It varies in size, but is usually less than half the diameter of the eye.
by Matthew Rubery, Reader in Nineteenth-Century Literature Matthew Rubery
—Steven Connor, Dumbstruck INTRODUCTION: SOUNDS OFF As Hillel Schwartz points out, the ear is a vulnerable organ and “our true bodily avant garde, in all senses of the term—military, psychological, cultural.”1 That the “ indefensible ...
by Sandy Fritz
• Hearing: The ear is a complex of three structures, all of which are necessary for the process of hearing. • Vision: The eyes, the ...
by Bir Bhanu, Hui Chen
The Ear is a viable new class of ...
for Nurses and Healthcare Workers by Barbara F. Weller
THE EAR New ovarian follicle containing developing ovum Ovarian follicle secreting oestrogen. E. ear the organ of hearing and of equilibrium (see Figure). It consists of three parts: (a) the ...
by Jennie King, Rhonda Hawley
relating to the ear. otitis (oh'tiets) inflammation ...
by Terence Diggory
Ear Inn The Ear Inn is located in SoHo (dowNtowN maNhattaN) at 326 Spring Street in the James Brown House,
The bar takes its unusual name from the muSic magazine The Ear, which was published in a room upstairs beginning in 1975.
by Carrick Devine, M. Dikeman
The ear tag has a number that identifies the farm of origin and a unique serial number for the animal. © Danish Meat Research Institute 2003. As indicated above, before arriving at the abattoir, each live animal will be equipped with some type ...
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- The ear
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- The Ear
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- The ear
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- Biting the ear
A cute image of two brothers playing together. One is biting the other one on the ear!
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- Hand on the Ear
Stone statue in Daisho-in , Miyajima, Japan
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- The EAR bus to Iringa
An East African Railways bus. It was part of a network comprising trains, buses and hotels. Because of rough road conditions it was not infrequent for these old Leyland buses to breakdown on the way. The side door marks the boundary between two sections : 1st and 2nd class passengers were travelling at the front, while 3rd class were sitting at the back.
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- The Ear!
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- The ear of grass
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- Into the ear
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- Behind The Ear.
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- Mud in the Ear
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- The eye and the ear!
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- Off the ear
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- Whisper in the ear
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- Watch the ear
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- The Ear of Dionysos
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- A Clip Around the Ear
They keep chopping and changing...
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