A Prayer for Katarina Horovitzova

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Modlitba pro Kateřinu Horovitzovou
A Prayer for Katarina Horovitzova
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Country CZE.jpg Czechoslovakia
Directed by Arnost Lustig
Antonín Moskalyk
Release Date 1965
Language Czech
Studio Televizní Filmová Tvorba
Distributor Facets Multimedia Distribution (VHS in USA)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Kateřina Horovitzová Lenka Fiserová
Herrmann Cohen Martin Ruzek
Bedrich Brenske Jirí Adamíra
Schillinger Jirí Bruder
Sepp Hojer Antonín Molcík
Ludvik Rappaport Cestmír Randa
Oskar Lowenstein Ilja Prachar



A Prayer for Katarina Horovitzova (Original: Modlitba pro Kateřinu Horovitzovou) is a 1972 Czech black-and-white produced by TV a historical drama set in 1943 in Italia, directed by Arnost Lustig and Antonín Moskalyk based on the novel by Arnost Lustig. The beautiful Catherine (Lenka Fišerová), which threatened with death in a concentration camp, accidentally falls into the group of rich Jews, and so she translucent hope for salvation. The Nazis, however, with a "lower race" play an insidious game in which they wish to receive any funds from their bank accounts. This film won the international critics at the Prix Italia and the main prize at the festival in Monte Carlo.



The following weapons were used in the film A While (Chvíle):

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Luger P08

Kateřina Horovitzová (Lenka Fiserová) seized a Schillinger's (Jirí Bruder) Luger P08 pistol.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
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MP40

SS guards in the camp are armed with MP40s.

MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
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