KYTICE / Seara pentru romantici 2 / 4 mai / 17h00 / Centrul Ceh

KYTICE – BASME PE CARE NU LE-AI CITI COPIILOR DE NOAPTE BUNA…

17h00 * Viata si opera lui K.J. Erben – prezentare de Irina Ionescu, Profesoara la Facultatea de Limbi Straine din cadrul Universitatii Bucuresti
18h00 * Proiectia filmului Kytice bazat pe poemul cu acelasi titlu

In colaborare cu Societatas Romano-Bohemica si Ambasada Repulicii Cehe la Bucuresti.
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KYTICE
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Kytice, Rep. Ceha, 2000, 81 min.
regia: F .A. Brabec
VO ceha / subtitrari in ceha si engleza

Kytice (Flori salbatice) reprezinta viziunea regizorului ceh F.A. Brabec, asupra cartii “Cele 7 Balade”. In original, opera scrisa de Karel Jaromir Erben in 1853 contine 12 povesti. Cele 7 basme cehesti din film sunt de cosmar. Unul dintre ele spune povestea unui spirit acvatic, ce rapeste femeile cazute in apa si le tine captive, transformandu-le in nevestele sale. Altul prezinta o tanara fata ce se roaga pentru ca prietenul ei sa se intoarca din morti. El se intoarce in uniforma militara si ii ofera puterea de a zbura, de fiecare data cand aceasta se leapada de religia ei. Povestile ofera lectii morale bizare si oamenii ajung sa plateasca pentru alegerile lor gresite.

Karel Jaromir Erben (1811–1870) este unul dintre cei mai renumiti poeti si scriitori cehi ai secolului 19. Nascut in nordul Boemiei, Erben a fost fascinat de pretinsele mistere, ascunse in folclorul local. El a cautat sa gaseasca o ordine impersonala in folclor, ceva care sa guverneze comportamentul uman. Ca un veritabil om de stiinta, el a inregistrat variantele diferite ale traditiilor transmise prin viu grai. Din toate acestea, a strans o colectie de basme slavonice si cehesti care au fost publicate de catre Vaaclav Tille abia in 1905. Flori salbatice (ceha “Kytice”) este o colectie de povestiri scrise de Erben ce au reprezentat o sursa de inspiratie pentru multe dintre operele de arta si activitatile culturale de mai tarziu.

ENGLISH VERSION

Evening for romantics

18h00 * recital of czech poet Karel Jaromir Erben
19h00 * screening of movie Kytice based on the poem (F.A. Brabec, 2000)

The event is organised in cooperation with Societas Romano-Bohemica.

KYTICE

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Kytice (Wildflowers) is the vision of the Czech director F.A. Brabec of the book “The Seven Ballads”. The original piece of literature, written by Karel Jaromir Erben in 1853, contained twelve tales. The seven Czech fairy tales within the film are quite nightmarish. These are not fairy tales to read to children before bedtime. One of the stories concerns an underwater spirit, who takes women captive as wives, if they happen to fall in the water. Another has a girl praying for her boyfriend to return from the dead. He returns in soldier uniform and gives her the power to fly every time she denounces her religious faith. The stories teach bizarre moral lessons, and people end up paying for their bad choices.

Karel Jaromir Erben was born in the village of Miletin at the foot of the Giant Mountains, in the north of Bohemia. He was fascinated by the alleged mysteries hidden in folklore. He looked for an impersonal order in folklore, something that governs all human beaviour. As a first scholar, he recorded different variants of the material (oral tradition) and its tunes. He published a selection of Slavonic fairy tales and collected Czech fairy tales, which were only published by Vaclav Tille in 1905. Erben´s Kytice (The Garland) became an inspiration of a number of later works of art and cultural activities.

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