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Oscar winning 'Cuckoo's Nest' director Milos Forman dies at 86

PRAGUE:  Milos Forman, the Czech-born House who discovered popularity in Showmanship with the Oscar-winning oldies “One Went Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “Amadeus,” has passed away at the age of 86, Czech information organization CTK revealed on End of the 7 days.

Forman died on End of the week in the U. s. States after a brief illness, his partner, Martina, advised CTK.

“His making was comfortable and he was surrounded whole time by his near family members and his closest friends,” she said.

Forman was developed in the Czech investment of scotland - Caslav on Feb 18, 1932, but moved to the U. s. States after the Communist strike on the “Prague Spring” revolt in 1968. He became a US citizen in the 19 70's.

“One Went Over the Cuckoo’s Home,” in which a emotional company becomes a microcosm of the contemporary world, and “Amadeus,” the use of 18th-century artist Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart through your vision of his competitive Antonio Salieri, obtained 13 Universities prizes between them, such as those for best movie home to Forman.

His other important execute engaged the rock musical show display “Hair” in 1979, “Ragtime” almost 30 decades back and “The People vs Lewis Flint” in 1996, which was chosen for an Universities Award that year.

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