I Served the King of England : Czechoslovakia, 1963. Jan Díte is released from prison after serving 15 years. He goes into semi exile in a deserted village near the German border. In flashbacks, he tells his story: he's a small, clever and quick-witted young man, stubbornly naďve, a vendor at a train station. Thanks to a patron, he becomes a waiter at upscale hotels and restaurants. We see him discover how the wealthy tick and how to please women. He strives to be a millionaire with his own hotel. Before the war, he meets Líza, a German woman in Prague. Is this his ticket to wealth or his undoing? Meanwhile, we see Jan putting a life together after prison: why was he sentenced, and who will he become?
|Ratings:||IMDB: 7.4/10 Metascore: 72% RT: 81%|
|Released:||December 19, 2006|
|Genres:||Comedy Drama Romance War|
|Countries:||Czech Republic Slovakia|
|Actors:||Emília Vásáryová István Szabó Jaromír Dulava Jaroslav Tomsa Jirí Knot Jirí Lábus Josef Abrhám Julia Jentsch Ladislav Zupanic Marián Labuda Marie Málková Martin Huba Milan Lasica Nada Konvalinková Oldrich Kaiser Oldrich Vlach Pavel Nový Pavel Vondruska Petr Brukner Petr Ctvrtnícek Rudolf Hrusínský Rudolf Jelínek Václav Chalupa Václav Knop Vladimir Kulhavy Zdenek Maryska Zdenek Zák Zuzana Fialová|
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