THE FIFTH HORSEMAN IS FEAR
Shot in Czechoslovakia in 1964—and banned by that country’s communist government—this political allegory takes aim at all governments that use fear to control people. "A nearly perfect film," says Roger Ebert. This version, mastered from a restored print, omits the original film’s brothel scene. Directed by Zbynek Brynych.
“…a nearly perfect film”—Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
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