Ucitelka

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Director(s): Stefan Uher
Year:
1955
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Good morning.

THE TEACHER:

Sit down.

Welcome back to school

after the holidays.

I am Mria Drazdechov,

your new class teacher.

Together, we will be battling

Russian, Slovak and history.

I hope you're looking forward to it

as much as I am.

But first I want to get to know you,

so I will now read out your names,

each of you will stand up

so I can see you

and tell me your parents' work

or line of business

Good'?

Very well.

Ambrozov, Katarna.

So, Katka

what do your mum and dad do?

Mum works at the shop

and dad is a carpenter.

-So he could fix something for us.

-He's more of a model maker.

Let's ask him anyway, okay?

Good, sit down.

Brtov, Helenka.

Dad works at a construction site abroad,

and mum was a hairdresser,

but now she's home

with my baby sister.

-Does she work at home now?

-Only long-term customers.

Good.

Bna, Milo.

Dad drives a taxi and mum's

at the housing co-op.

And father says that if you

ever need a lift, no problem.

Thank your father for me.

Binder, Filip.

He's not here.

Hancov, Janka.

My parents are designers in Prague.

-Wasn't grandpa in school administration?

-No, he's retired now.

Hampl, Josef.

Dad's a mason and mum's a cook.

-Come again?

-Dad's a mason and mum's a cook.

Kucerov, Danka.

Mum's a lab assistant

and coaches gymnastics.

-And your father?

-He works at the airport.

-He's a pilot?

-No, an accountant.

Malinovsky, Anton.

My father's a judge.

-Where?

-At the district court.

imekov, Zuzana.

Mum's a waitress

and dad works at the Crystal Bar.

Nemec, Juraj.

Dad's a head physician

and mum is a nurse.

Doctor.

Rehkov,Alenka.

Father is an invalid.

And Vojcek, Miroslav?

-Mum is a greengrocer.

-Where?

-At the central... the central market.

-All right.

-She has a stand there?

-She does.

Good.

Zimka, Ondrej.

Mum works at the kindergarten

and father died.

-Good morning.

-Good morning.

Sorry that I'm late, comrade.

-What's your name?

-Filip Binder.

-I see. And why are you late?

-The tram was late.

Now stand up and tell us

what your parents do.

My mum is a bus dispatcher

and dad is a car mechanic.

Fixes buses at the depot.

Tell her.

Dad is a former national champion

in freestyle wrestling.

If he wanted to, he could beat you all up

with his hands tied.

Good evening,

I'm glad to see you all here

at this special parents' meeting.

Comrade Chvalovsk

will be taking the minutes.

You probably know

why we're here.

What happened is serious

and we need to state our position.

I can promise that

if we don't reach a conclusion,

everything will remain

between us.

I have no idea

what this is about.

Excuse me, I want to ask

why is comrade teacher not here?

-That should be obvious.

-What do you mean?

That the person

we're discussing is not here.

Yes, and that is not right.

First I would like to know

what actually happened.

We invited comrade Drazdechov,

but she excused herself.

I'm sure she did.

Of course we informed her about

today's meeting

and she will learn

the results in detail.

-Im sorry, but I don't like this.

Shouldn't we wait for her'?

-Couldn't it be on purpose?

-In principle, this is wrong.

-In principle? That's rich.

-What's going on is right?

Mrs Kucerov, it was you

who initiated this meeting.

It's about your daughter.

We all know that.

-I don't know anything.

-Wait, wait, please.

After much deliberation,

I decided to call this meeting myself.

-What do you think?

-It's a chance to get rid of her.

It's horrible what happened.

I know. But she's the chairwoman

of the Communist Party at this school.

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