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All My Tomorrows

“I’ll take anything I can lay my hands on,” says young, dynamic Petr, referring to the deals he fixes up in Asia that guarantee him a decent standard of living back home. Yet while he confesses in one of his monologues that he likes the edginess of uncertainty, he’s now at a stage when he’s starting to re-evaluate certain aspects of his life. Particularly in the wake of his latest transaction, which doesn’t go according to plan. He washes his hands of it and takes off, chased by various thugs sent by their boss to sort things out. But life always has a few surprises in store, and Petr’s attempts to put his priorities in order might take a while and get a bit fraught at times. [Synopsis courtesy of Karlovy Vary International Film Festival]

Men in Hope

Charming bon vivant Rudolf is convinced that infidelity is the basis for a happy marriage, since, after all, a woman does not want to be bored with her partner.