I Love, You Love
|I Love, You Love|
|Directed by||Dušan Hanák|
|Edited by||Alfréd Bencic|
I Love, You Love (Slovak: Ja milujem, ty miluješ) is a 1989 Czechoslovak drama film directed by Dušan Hanák. It was entered into the 39th Berlin International Film Festival where Hanák won the Silver Bear for Best Director.
- Roman Klosowski as Pista
- Milan Jelic as Vinco
- Iva Janzurová as Viera
- Milada Jezková as Mother
- Václav Babka as Albín
- Marie Motlová as Sida
- Ludovit Reiter
- Juraj Nvota as Jaro
- Ivan Palúch as Rudo
- Vera Bílá as Berta (as Bílá Viera)
In 1989, the director was invited to attended the Sydney Film Festival, however before the event the Office of Film and Literature Classification had banned the film entirely and so could not be shown (even though the Festival had a special legislative exemption in regards to film censorship). The ban was based on a scene in the film showing a pregnant woman having sex, which the director had refused to remove.
- "Berlinale: 1989 Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 12 March 2011.
- "Banned - the film on teenage life too hot for Australia - smh.com.au". www.smh.com.au. Retrieved 2017-06-06.
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