Political films tend to create a black and white universe and Burning Bush is rescued from being a lives of the saints, employing the Czech penchant for ambivalence and irony, which serve to broaden its moral spectrum
If Prague were a planet, circling and spinning past the sun, it would be one that sends back light to those who take the time to look. A Mercury or Mars, let's say. Rich and purple and alert for steps upon its soil.
No matter how big my TV may be, no matter how good my BluRay player or DVD copy, The Unbearable Lightness of Being and The Right Stuff are films I want to experience in a darkened theater with a live audience. It's been well over a decade and I can't wait to see them again.