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Nikola Hejko is a Actor and Second Assistant Director Tchèque born on 22 may 1960

Nikola Hejko

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Nationality Republique tcheque
Birth 22 may 1960
Death 13 may 2009 (at 48 years) at Moscow (Russie)

Nikola Hejko est un acteur et réalisateur ukrainien né le 22 mai 1950 à Skal-Khutora (Ukraine) et mort à Moscou le 13 mai 2009.

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Filmography of Nikola Hejko (4 films)

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Actor

The Great Water, 1h33
Genres Drama, War
Actors Nikola Hejko, Meto Jovanovski, Rade Šerbedžija, Vlado Jovanovski
Roles The Russian Hero
Rating69% 3.4876353.4876353.4876353.4876353.487635
Based on a children's book written by Živko Čingo in the 1970s, the movie is about the difficult transition in Macedonia after World War II.
Mirage
Mirage (2004)
, 1h47
Origin Macedoine
Genres Drama
Actors Mustafa Nadarević, Vlado Jovanovski, Nikola Đuričko, Dejan Aćimović, Nikola Hejko
Roles Černobil
Rating74% 3.7386853.7386853.7386853.7386853.738685
The film takes place in Veles during the Republic of Macedonia's post-independence years. It tells the story of 13-year-old Marko Trifunovski (Marko Kovacevic), a talented but abused Macedonian schoolboy whose harsh circumstances gradually transform him into a criminal. Two mentors offer Marko hopes of a better future, but they eventually fail him, leading to his catastrophic change. The illusory nature of these hopes is foreshadowed by the film's epigraph, an aphorism from Friedrich Nietzsche's Human, All Too Human: "Hope is the worst of evils, for it prolongs the torments of man."
Kolya
Kolya (1996)
, 1h45
Directed by Jan Svěrák
Origin Republique tcheque
Genres Drama, Comedy, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Zdeněk Svěrák, Libuše Šafránková, Stella Zázvorková, Ladislav Smoljak, Silvia Šuvadová, Nikola Hejko
Rating76% 3.847583.847583.847583.847583.84758
The film begins in 1988 as the Soviet bloc is beginning to disintegrate. František Louka, a middle-aged Czech man dedicated to bachelorhood and the pursuit of women, is a concert cellist struggling to eke out a living by playing funerals at the Prague crematorium. He has lost his previous job at the Czech Philharmonic, having been half-accidentally blacklisted as "politically unreliable" by the authorities. A friend offers him a chance to earn a great deal of money through a sham marriage to a Russian woman to enable her to stay in Czechoslovakia. The woman then uses her new citizenship to emigrate to West Germany, where her boyfriend lives.

Director

Dark Blue World, 1h52
Directed by Jan Svěrák
Origin Republique tcheque
Genres Drama, War, Romantic comedy, Action
Themes Transport films, Aviation films, Political films
Actors Tara Fitzgerald, Oldřich Kaiser, Charles Dance, Linda Rybová, Miroslav Táborský, Anna Massey
Roles Second Assistant Director
Rating70% 3.547893.547893.547893.547893.54789
In 1950, during the Cold War, František (Franta) Sláma (Ondřej Vetchý) is incarcerated in Czechoslovakia, because of his prior service in the RAF. His recollections of the war begin in 1939, just days prior to the German invasion of Czechoslovakia. After the invasion, the Czechoslovakian military is disbanded and has to give up its aircraft. However, young pilots Franta and his friend Karel Vojtíšek (Kryštof Hádek), among others, refuse to submit to their occupiers and flee to the United Kingdom to join the RAF.