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Directed by Jan Pachla

Czech Republic 2015 98 mins.

Based on a story by Jaroslav Kmenta, the author of the book Padrino Krejčíř, Gangster Ka tells the story of a Mafioso made rich by tax fraud and efforts to take over state owned businesses. Radim, nicknamed Káčko, armed first with shrewd attorneys, prefers to eschew violence in pursuit of his ends, but when his father is abducted and killed by a competing gangster, he is changed into a murdering monster. (Czech with English Subtitles)

Genres: Crime, Drama

Appears in: New Czech Cinema

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