Burning Bush: Part 3
NYT Critic's Picks • 1h 21m
Directed by Agnieszka Holland • 2013 • Czech Republic
PART THREE. Conceived in a three-part episodic structure, Burning Bush is a sweeping depiction of a pivotal moment in Czech history. A New York Times Critics' Pick.
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