Opening sequence, young Milos (Vaclav Neckar) narrating, in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia, from director Jiri Menzel's Academy Award winning Closely Watched Trains, 1967.
Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Film, Closely Watched Trains (1967) concerns the sexual misadventures of a young Czech railway worker.
First day on the knew job, in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia, Milos (Vaclav Neckar) is getting schooled by conductor Hubicka (Josef Somr), when his adored Masa (Jitka Bendova) makes her first appearance, in Jiri Menzel's international hit Closely Watched Trains, 1967.
At a village railway station in occupied Czechoslovakia, a bumbling dispatcher’s apprentice longs to liberate himself from his virginity.
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