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Zuzana Fialová is a Actor Slovaque born on 17 may 1974 at Bratislava (Slovaquie)

Zuzana Fialová

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Nationality Slovaquie
Birth 17 may 1974 (47 years) at Bratislava (Slovaquie)

Zuzana Fialová (born 17 May 1974 in Bratislava, ČSSR) is a Slovak actress.

She attended the music and drama department at the Conservatory in Bratislava, and in 1998 graduated acting studies at the drama faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. Currently she is preparing for a graduate degree. She is divorced and has a son.

In 2006, she won the first season of the Slovak version of Dancing with the Stars entitled Let's Dance.

In January 2011, Fialová was among those injured in the Domodedovo International Airport bombing.

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Filmography of Zuzana Fialová (8 films)

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The Line
The Line (2017)
, 1h48
Directed by Peter Bebjak
Origin Slovaquie
Genres Thriller, Crime
Actors Zuzana Fialová, Emília Vášáryová
Roles Sasa Krajnakova
Rating66% 3.3410053.3410053.3410053.3410053.341005
Bon père de famille, Adam est aussi le chef d’une bande de trafiquants qui transportent des cigarettes, de l’alcool et des réfugiés entre l’Ukraine et la Slovaquie avec la complicité de la police locale. Les choses se compliquent lorsque l’un de ses partenaires, l’impitoyable Krull, veut l’impliquer dans un trafic de stupéfiants, juste avant que la Slovaquie n’entre dans l’Espace Schengen et renforce les contrôles à sa frontière.
Aftermath
Aftermath (2012)
, 1h47
Genres Drama, Thriller
Themes Films about religion, Political films, Films about Jews and Judaism
Actors Maciej Stuhr, Jerzy Radziwiłowicz, Zuzana Fialová, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Danuta Szaflarska
Roles Justyna
Rating72% 3.6433153.6433153.6433153.6433153.643315
The film is a contemporary drama. It takes place in the fictional village of Gurówka in 2001. The story begins with the return of Franciszek Kalina (Ireneusz Czop) to his hometown in rural Poland after having lived in Chicago for decades. He learns that his brother Józef (Maciej Stuhr) is shunned by the community for acquiring and displaying on his farmland dozens of Jewish tombstones which he discovered had been used by German occupying forces as paving stones in a now abandoned road. Józef is gathering the tombstones everywhere in the settlement and moves them into his own field to survive from oblivion. Against the growing opposition of the town residents, the Kalina brothers attempt to learn more about what happened to the Jews of the village. Their personal relationship, harsh after the brothers met, warms and becomes more cooperative after they both find themselves opposed by the whole village. The older priest blesses the brother and urges him to continue gathering the tombstones while the new one, to head the parish soon, displays no sympathy for Jews. Franciszek discovers in a local archive that his father along with other men of the village got the land that had been owned by Jews before the war. He is eager to study the truth. After speaking to some of the oldest residents in the village, they later realize that half the residents murdered the other half (led by a neighbor and their father Stanisław Kalina). This discovery results in a terrible fight and split between the brothers after a dispute about the bones of the Jews they found the night before. Józef, after learning that their own father was directly involved in the murder of the Jews who were burned to death in Józef's family's former house, the brother's roles are reversed and it is Józef that wants to hide the truth from coming out to the world and Franciszek that wants all the world to know the truth and for the bones of the murdered Jews to be taken to their wheat fields and buried with their headstones, so as to not compound the terrible sins of their father and the neighbors. In their fight, Franciszek comes close to killing his brother Józef but Franciszek stops himself, puts the ax down and leaves the village but is returned to the village by a hospital nurse/doctor, the daughter of one of the oldest surviving neighbors who had known the truth but kept it secret, to see his brother beaten, murdered and crucified in their own yard. The movie ends with a scene of a group of young and older Israeli Jews being led by an Orthodox Rabbi reciting the Kaddish, the Jewish prayer in memory of the dead, in front of a formal memorial stone, at the now restored cemetery that Józef had made in his fields, while Franciszek watches with respect, lights a candle, leaves it on one of the tombstones and nods slightly to the scene, turns and walks away, satisfied that these Jews are now buried where their lives and their deaths, can be remembered and honored, while at the same time, lighting a candle, in remembrance and in honoring his own brother, Józef who was crucified by unknown neighbor(s), symbolically dying for the sins of his father and the neighbors.
The Butcher of Prague, 2h6
Directed by Petr Nikolaev
Origin Republique tcheque
Genres Drama, War, Thriller, Historical
Themes Political films
Actors Karel Roden, Zuzana Fialová, Zuzana Bydžovská, Detlef Bothe, Jan Budař, Marika Šoposká
Roles Marie Vanková
Rating68% 3.444343.444343.444343.444343.44434
The film is presented as a true story set during World War II. With the Nazi takeover of Europe underway, the deputy Reichsprotektor Reinhard Heydrich arrives in Prague and his underlings begin enforcing his authority in the towns and villages across the occupied country. In Lidice, the film's main protagonist, František Šíma, is sent to prison following a family dispute that boils over resulting in the accidental death of one of his sons. During Šíma's incarceration one of the other villagers, Václav Fiala, strings along his mistress with lies about his bravery as a resistance fighter against the Germans. Heydrich is assassinated and during the Gestapo investigation that follows, a letter Fiala has written describing his supposed heroism comes to their attention. It leads to the total destruction of Lidice and the mass execution and deportations of its citizens. Throughout the atrocity, Šima remains in jail, where news of what happened is kept from him. On his release, he returns to Lidice where he finds the village has been obliterated and finally learns of the tragic events.
I Served the King of England, 2h
Directed by Jiří Menzel
Origin Republique tcheque
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Actors Julia Jentsch, Ivan Barnev, Oldřich Kaiser, Zuzana Fialová, Marián Labuda, Josef Abrhám
Roles Marcela
Rating73% 3.6974453.6974453.6974453.6974453.697445
Jan Dítě has been released from a Czech prison just before the very end of his 15-year sentence and is settling in a town near the border between Czechoslovakia and Germany. He occupies his time with rebuilding a deserted house, and begins to recall his past, where he says that his main wish in life was to be a millionaire. Jan begins his career as a frankfurter vendor at a railroad station, and quickly learns the power of money and the influence it exerts over people.