Film Director, Screenwriter, Actor & Professor Milos Forman (1932-2018) Passes Away

Posted 2018/04/15 98 0

  • Spouse: Martina Forman (m. 1999), Vera Kresadlova (m. 1964–1999), Jana Brejchova (m. 1958–1962)
  • Born: February 18, 1932, Caslav, Czech Republic
  • Died: April 13, 2018, Danbury, Connecticut, USA

I do not know how to say “goodbye”… Although the cycle is clear to all, when in our life there is an artist with unique talent which produced unique art work, and we have accepted their existence as part of reality, it is infinitely difficult to imagine … everything without the creative power to which we experience endless respect and affection.

Watch the moment when Milos Forman wins the Academy Award for best film director 1976.

The Movie Community Has Gotten Poorer Without – Milos Forman

I can not even try to imagine what my world of cinema, without the movies created by Milos Forman! Undoubtedly the iconic titles he created in Czechoslovakia before the events of 1968 as “Black Peter”, “The Loves of a Blonde” and “The Firemen’s Ball”, marked the beginning of his creative path, but world fame and honor he won with the unique masterpieces “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”, “Hair” and “Amadeus”. Also,  “Take off”, “Ragtime”, “Valmont”, “The People vs. Larry Flynt”,  “Man on the Moon” …

Milos Forman’s films are capable of altering universes, they build worldviews, educate generations, shine with the pure light of creative genius in the dayless days of shallow humanity!

Thank you, maestro, for the love of cinema! You will remain forever in our hearts …

Jumped out of college in order to have free time and write on movies. I have respect towards all film genres but when it comes to choice thrillers are my favorites.