A small Czech town is turned upside down with the arrival of a magician, an acrobat and their magical, sunglasses-wearing cat Mogol. When the cat’s sunglasses are removed, the true character and feelings of people are revealed. Lovers turn red, thieves turn gray, traitors turn yellow…
A whirlwind of magic and anarchy involving a cat in chic sunglasses, Vojtěch Jasný’s Cannes-winning parable is the crown jewel of feline cinema. Enthralling in its experimental use of color, this vibrantly restored wonder fuses fairytale whimsiness with the dissenting spirit of the Czech New Wave.
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