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-'''Ivan Passer''' (10 July 1933 – 9 January 2020) was a Czech film director and screenwriter, best known for his involvement in the [[Czechoslovak New Wave]] and for directing American films such as ''[[Born to Win]]'' (1971), ''[[Cutter's Way]]'' (1981) and ''[[Stalin (1992 film)|Stalin]]'' (1992).+'''Ivan Passer''' (10 July 1933 – 9 January 2020) was a [[Czech film director]] and screenwriter, best known for his involvement in the [[Czechoslovak New Wave]] and for directing American films such as ''[[Born to Win]]'' (1971), ''[[Cutter's Way]]'' (1981) and ''[[Stalin (1992 film)|Stalin]]'' (1992).
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Ivan Passer (10 July 1933 – 9 January 2020) was a Czech film director and screenwriter, best known for his involvement in the Czechoslovak New Wave and for directing American films such as Born to Win (1971), Cutter's Way (1981) and Stalin (1992).





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