Jindra

Country

Czechoslovakia

Copyright

1919

Production year

1919

Premiere

21 May 1920

Category

film

Genre

melodrama

Typology

feature

Original title

Jindra

Czech title

Jindra

English title

Jindra

Synopsis

Jindra and her cousin Amálka return from Vienna to her father's estate. Both girls are welcomed not only by the family but also by Vojtěch Lípa, the patriotic tutor of Jindra's two younger brothers. At first Jindra scoffs Lípa and his fervour for the national cause but she gradually begins to understand his views. The young couple fall in love however the fate has decided otherwise: Jindra's father estate is destroyed by fire and Jindra, to save her family from poverty, marries the rich count Ostrovín. She is not happy with him, and grief and anxiety cause her untimely death. As a last wish she asks her father to take her little son to Lípa so that he can bring him up to be a fine patriot. (According to promotional material issued at the time the film was made.)

Note

The film materials are believed lost.

Cast

Nina Laušmanová

venkovská kráska Jindra

Karel Schleichert

Jindřin otec továrník Jarýn

Oldřich Kmínek

vychovatel dr. Lípa

Ortová

Amálka

Crew and creators

Based on

Ivan Klicpera (Jindra, hraběnka Ostrovínová – román)

Production info

Original Title

Jindra

English Title

Jindra

Category

film

Typology

feature

Genre

melodrama

Origin country

Czechoslovakia

Copyright

1919

Production Year

1919

Premiere

21 May 1920

Production

Tchéco

Copyright Holders

Národní filmový archiv

Distribution

La Tricolore

Technical info

Versions

Czech