Under Czech law, most murders can be statute-barred in as little as 20 years. Radio presenter Eva gets involved in one case that is time-barred almost irretrievably. On her nightly show, she gives space to the mysterious Radek, who has returned to Prague after exactly twenty years. Together they search for a young woman who can help him come to terms with his own past. The suspenseful plot is condensed into just four hours. Will the mysterious crime be solved fairly and in time?
The Czech director won the Czech Lion for his screenplay for Rules of Lies (2006) and the Czech Film Critics Award for his direction and screenplay for Long Live the Family! (2011). The new film Nightline has already been successfully presented at several film festivals. Karel Roden won the Best Actor award at the New York Film Festival, and the film has also won awards at festivals in Los Angeles, Florence, Barcelona and London.
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