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Directed by Vera Chytilova

Part of And Yet She Moves: Reviewing Feminist Cinema

“One of the most exhilarating stylistic and psychedelic eruptions of the ’60s.”—Jonathan Rosenbaum

The visually arresting Daisies, part of the Czech New Wave, challenges gender-identity politics. Two young women mutiny against the culture around them through actions that range from playful to destructive. Following the political upheaval in 1968, Chytilová was banned from making films until 1975. 1966, 35mm, 74 minutes.

Introduced by Alice Lovejoy, Department of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature, University of Minnesota

Film print courtesy of Narodni Filmovy Archiv.


The series is co-organized by the Walker Art Center and the University of Minnesota.

Copresented by the Arts & Humanities Chair 2011–2013, Moving Image Studies, and the departments of English, German, Scandinavian & Dutch; and Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature at the University of Minnesota. Additional support provided by the Morton Zabel Fund of the Department of English.