The story, told in three short acts, largely follows Andula as she finds dissatisfaction in her love life -- and understandably so. She lives in WWII era Czechoslovakia, in a small town where the shoe factory is the only place to work. Women have flocked there for the jobs, to the point where there are 16 women for every man -- and the men are all pudgy military reservist types. What's a girl to do?
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This 73 minute film is practically a trifle, hardly a masterpiece but definitely the work of genius. Forman's social satire makes more sense in the context of 1967 Czechoslovakia, which had a government in crisis much like the firemen on parade in the film, on the eve of the country's invasion by Russia and imminent conversion to communism. The film was reportedly "banned forever" on the spot by the new regime. Apparently those Russkies were on to the movie, too...
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