Já, Olga Hepnarová
reż|dir Petr Kazda, Tomás Weinreb | CZ, PL, SK, FR | 2016 | 105 min
prod|pro Vojtech Fric, Petr Kazda, Tomás Weinreb scen|wr Petr Kazda, Tomás Weinreb, Roman Cílek zdj|ph Adam Sikora mon|ed Vojtech Fric ob|cast Michalina Olszańska, Marta Mazurek, Tomáš Weinreb, Martin Pechlát, Klára Melíšková, Martin Finger dys|dis Żółty Szalik Grzegorz Rylski
It is based on a true story about a young woman who, on July 10, 1973, drove a truck into a group of people standing at a tram stop in Praha-Holešovice. During the trial, she confirmed that her intention was to kill as many people as possible. Just before the incident, Olga sent a letter to local newspapers, reading: "I'm a lone wolf. A human destroyed by humans. I have a choice: to kill myself or others. I choose revenge. It would be too easy to leave this world by a quiet suicide." Olga was the last woman in the former Czechoslovakia to be subjected to death penalty. The leading role was given to Michalina Olszańska, a Polish actress.