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Reviews and pictures of actress Magda Vásáryová naked in "Temné slunce", "Postriziny", "Krotká", and 1 more title.
Born: 1948 Country: Slovakia
A mischievous blonde with a heartwarming smile, Magda has played a relatively small number of parts. Amongst these are prominent roles in some of the most enduring films of the cinema of Czechoslovakia.
Magdaléna Vášáryová (referred also as Magda Vášáryová), (born August 26, 1948, Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia) is a Slovak actress and diplomat, prominent for her liberal anti-nationalist stances. In 1971 she completed her studies at Comenius University in Bratislava. Until 1989 she acted in several Slovak theatres, including Slovak National Theatre and in numerous movies. She was ambassador of Czechoslovakia in Austria (1990–1993) and ambassador of Slovakia in Poland (2000–2005). She was one of the candidates in the 1999 presidential election, but did not advance to the second round of the election. From February 2005 to July 2006 she held the position of State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Slovakia. In the 2006 parliamentary elections, she was elected to the National Council of the Slovak Republic for Slovak Democratic and Christian Union - Democratic Party. Magdaléna Vášáryová has a fine lyric soprano opera voice. She did her own singing when she played Tatyana in the 1988 film of the opera Eugene Onegin. snippet from Wikipedia
Marketa Lazarová (Frantisek Vlácil, Czechoslovakia, 1967) (as Marketa Lazarova aged 19)
Sladky cas Kalimagdory (Leopold Lahola, Czechoslovakia, 1968) (as Kalimagdora aged 20)
Zbehovia a pútnici (Juraj Jakubisko, Czechoslovakia, 1968) (as Dominika aged 20)
# Vtackovia, siroty a blazni (Juraj Jakubisko, Czechoslovakia, 1969) (featuring Magda Vásáryová as Martha aged 21)
with Philippe Avron, Jirí Sýkora, Míla Beran, Augustín Kubán, Mikulás Ladizinský and Jana Stehnová
From a typically colourful and lively piece by Slovak maestro Jakubisko. Magda is young and delectable as a crop-haired tomboy orphan adopted by a pair of hippies/lefties/wasters.
There are three scenes run together in the clip. The first is just a bit of horseplay with Magda being body-painted like those hippie chicks you see in the park in the old newsreels. The second sees her cheekily desecrating the sanctity of a church by posing topless in it. Finally she has a love scene in a combination furs/pants outfit which strange as it is I must say really looks good on her.
La chasse royale (François Leterrier, France, 1969) (as Jeune Marthe aged 21)
# Krotká (Stanislav Barabas, Czechoslovakia, 1969) (featuring Magda Vásáryová as Krotká - Die Frau aged 21)
with Ctibor Filcík, Anton Mrvecka, Olga Adamcíková and Hana Slivková
The story, an adaptation from Dostoevsky, of a pretty and innocent young girl wed to a pawnbroker much older and more cynical than herself. When the man treats her more as a doll to be admired and played with than as a woman with a will (albeit a gentle one) of her own she finds the marriage impossibly stifling, and tragedy is inevitable. The same story was directed in his distinctively plain style by Robert Bresson starring Dominique Sanda.
This version, though made for TV, has the strikingly beautiful photography for which Czech cinema was famous. In the first clip Magda progresses from virginal bride-to-be at her fitting for her wedding dress, to young woman in the marriage bed luxuriating alone in the pleasures of her own body. The second clip sees her maturing into the typical respectably-dressed lady of the time. The cloud on the horizon is her husband treating her mildly coquettish undressing as the cabaret (nowadays he'd just look for something online, but I can't help thinking something's been lost in the process). Magda fixes us briefly but steadily in the eye at the beginning, something simple and sexy but disappointingly little seen on film.
Na komete (Karel Zeman, Czechoslovakia, 1970) (as Angelika aged 22)
Radúz a Mahulena (Petr Weigl, Czechoslovakia, 1970) (as Mahulena aged 22)
Babicka (Antonín Moskalyk, Czechoslovakia, 1971) (as Hortensie aged 23)
Hry lásky sálivé (Jirí Krejcík, Czechoslovakia, 1971) (as Chambermaid (Náusnice) aged 23)
Princ Bajaja (Antonín Kachlík, Czechoslovakia, 1971) (as Slavena aged 23)
...a pozdravuji vlastovky (Jaromil Jires, Czechoslovakia, 1972) (as Maruska Kuderíková aged 24)
Statky zmatky (Milos Pietor, Czechoslovakia, 1973) (as Zuzka kamenská aged 25)
Den slnovratu (Jozef Rezucha, Czechoslovakia, 1974) (as Blanka aged 26)
Die Wahlverwandtschaften (Siegfried Kühn, East Germany, 1974) (as Ottilie aged 26)
Skrytý pramen (Vladimír Bahna, Czechoslovakia, 1974) (aged 26)
Straty a nálezy (Czechoslovakia, 1975) (aged 27)
Rusalka (Petr Weigl, Czechoslovakia, 1977) (as Rusalka aged 29)
Listy Juliane (Luba Velecká, Czechoslovakia, 1979) (aged 31)
# Postriziny (Jirí Menzel, Czechoslovakia, 1981) (featuring Magda Vásáryová as Maryska aged 33)
with Jirí Schmitzer, Jaromír Hanzlík, Rudolf Hrusínský, Petr Cepek, Oldrich Vlach, Frantisek Rehák, Miloslav Stibich, Alois Liskutín, Pavel Vondruska and Rudolf Hrusínský
The hero of this classic Czech comedy owns a farmhouse brewery and is married to Magda Vásáryová. The only slight concern to mar his wedded bliss is that he doesn't seem to know what his wife is getting up to half the time, and the lines of worry are beginning to show in his face.
Take the first clip. Magda sneaks out of the house one night to take a long languid bath amongst the brewing kettles of all places. It's not clear whether she's bathing in the fermenting beer itself or just the hot water runoff. I'm not even sure which I'd prefer.
In the second clip Magda has been making the most of a sprained ankle to live the life of a queen in bed. The family doctor (he's a very good doctor) is making the most of her condition too. Even though he's a specialist in chest complaints apparently.
# Temné slunce (Otakar Vávra, Czechoslovakia, 1981) (featuring Magda Vásáryová aged 33)
with Jozef Adamovic, Jana Brezková, Radoslav Brzobohatý, András Bálint, Karel Chromík, Simona Chytrová, Rudolf Hrusínský, Jerzy Kamas, Jirí Klem and Vladimír Kratina
A clip from an underrated piece of Czech dystopianism adapted from a novel by Karel Capek, about the trials of a scientist who invents the ultimate explosive. Unfortunately this has to be just about the worst scene in it. Our hero is working late in the lab when Magda enters unexpectedly. And in the immortal words of The Sun newspaper, 'Underneath her clothing she is wearing little or nothing at all.'. Bad sex follows, accompanied by worse music. But hey, it's Magda!
The Turn of the Screw (Petr Weigl, West Germany, 1982) (as The Governess aged 34)
Noc smaragdového mesíce (Václav Matejka, Czechoslovakia, 1985) (as Slávka aged 37)
Die Nacht aus Blei (Petr Weigl, West Germany, 1985) (aged 37)
Lev s bílou hrívou (Jaromil Jires, Czechoslovakia, 1986) (as Calma Veselá aged 38)
Prve hlasky lasky (Czechoslovakia, 1986) (aged 38)
Tichá radost (Dusan Hanák, Czechoslovakia, 1986) (as Sona aged 38)
Alzbetin dvor (Czechoslovakia, 1986) (aged 38)
Werther (Czechoslovakia, 1986) (as Sophie aged 38)
Svet nic neví (Jirí Svoboda, Czechoslovakia, 1987) (as Jirina aged 39)
Zkrocení zlého muze (Marie Polednáková, Czechoslovakia, 1988) (aged 40)
Eugene Onegin (Petr Weigl, West Germany, 1988) (as Tatyana aged 40)
Maria Stuarda (Petr Weigl, West Germany, 1988) (aged 40)
Juzná posta (Stanislav Párnicky, Czechoslovakia, 1988) (as Mária Jurkovicová aged 40)
Súkromné zivoty (Dusan Hanák, Czechoslovakia, 1991) (aged 43)
Banánové rybicky S00E00: Rodinné tradice (2007) (as Herself aged 59)
Krásný ztráty S00E00: Episode dated 11 December 2007 (2007) (as Herself aged 59)
Evropsky manual (Czech Republic, 2009) (aged 61)
Vsechnopárty S00E00: Episode dated 13 April 2010 (2010) (as Herself aged 62)
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