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Hana Vagnerová is a Actor Tchèque born on 21 february 1983

Hana Vagnerová

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Nationality Republique tcheque
Birth 21 february 1983 (37 years)

Hana Vagnerová, née le 21 février 1983 à Prague, est une actrice tchèque.

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Filmography of Hana Vagnerová (3 films)

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Devil's Mistress, 1h46
Origin Republique tcheque
Genres Drama, Biography, Historical, Romance
Themes Films about films
Actors Táňa Pauhofová, Karl Markovics, Gedeon Burkhard, Lenka Vlasáková, Hana Vagnerová, Miroslav Táborský
Roles Journalist
Rating57% 2.855942.855942.855942.855942.85594
En 2000, en fumant et sombrant dans l’alcoolisme dans son appartement, Lída Baarová raconte à une jeune journaliste ses parcours en tant qu’actrice dans le Berlin d'avant guerre et sa rencontre avec Joseph Goebbels aux côtés d’Adolf Hitler…
Icing (2014)

Directed by Jan Hřebejk
Origin Republique tcheque
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Jana Stryková, Hana Vagnerová, Zuzana Stavná, Ondřej Sokol
Roles Iveta
Rating62% 3.100673.100673.100673.100673.10067
Tout peut arriver, lorsque la mariée est kidnappé pour se saouler avec la meilleure amie du marié, une barmaid expérimentée et que le seul qui est en mesure d'arrêter cela et de la sauver ne vient pas.
Bathory: Countess of Blood, 2h20
Directed by Juraj Jakubisko
Origin Slovaquie
Genres Drama, Biography, Fantasy, Historical
Themes Films about religion, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Serial killer films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Anna Friel, Karel Roden, Hans Matheson, Vincent Regan, Franco Nero, Bolek Polívka
Roles Margita
Rating58% 2.9494952.9494952.9494952.9494952.949495
The film is based on the story of Erzsébet Bathory, a Hungarian countess in the 16th and 17th centuries. Her story takes place in a part of the Kingdom of Hungary that is now Slovakia. In this retelling, the Countess is a healer who conducts medical experiments and rudimentary autopsies in a "hospital" beneath her castle. She forms a relationship with a reputed witch, Darvulia, who saves her from poisoning. The witch promises Erzsebet a son and eternal beauty. In return, Erzsebet must sacrifice both love and her reputation. Darvulia becomes Erzsebet's companion. Meanwhile, maidens in the area have been dying of seemingly unrelated causes, and Erzsebet is seen bathing in a large tub of red liquid as the girls' now-mutilated corpses are buried nearby. Two monks later conclude that the water is not blood but is simply colored red by herbs.