Jan Hus

The film starts when Czech king Wenceslaus IV is imprisoned by his brother Sigismund. Sigismund’s troops pillage Bohemian territory. Jan Hus criticises the new order during his sermons. He also starts to criticise conditions in the Church which earns him hatred from other priests. Pope imposes Prague to an Interdict and Hus has to leave Prague. He is not safe in his hometown Husinec but Jidnřich Lefl offers him hideout. Hus is invited to Kostnice to defend his teachings. He agrees but is arrested on his way. He is executed on 6 June 1415.

Director: Jiří Svoboda
Year: 2015
Genre: TV historical movie 

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