Czech-Slovak-Polish film All or Nothing, directed by Marta Ferencová, who has worked with Eva Urbaníková, the author of the book, shows that Czech romantic comedy can be funny. The film tells a story about partner relations of three friends who have bad luck in finding partners. For me this work is meaningful and operates very realistically. Women are sometimes naive, and men are not holy. Some scenes are on the edge of entertainment value, but if we compare it with any romantic comedies, which has been made in the Czech Republic over the past 5 years, All or Nothing is above standard.
For me it is something new and it's worth the world to see.