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Tomas Hanak was an actor who starred in many drama films. In the early stages of his acting career, Hanak was featured in films like the Jan Potmesil film "Bony a Klid" (1987), the Tomas Hanak film "Kopytem sem, Kopytem tam" (1989) and the Ivana Chylkova film "I Thank You For Each New Morning" (1995). He also appeared in "Mirek n'est pas parti" (1995) with Bohumil Klepl. He also appeared in the TV movie "Hidden in Silence" (Lifetime, 1995-96). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the Lukas Vaculik drama "Valka Barev" (1996), the Miroslav Donutil drama "Traps" (1998) and "Cesta z Mesta" (2000). He also appeared in "Rebelove" (2001). More recently, he continued to act in "The Brothers Grimm" (2005) with Matt Damon, the dramatic adaptation "The Fine Art of Love - Mine Haha" (2005) with Jacqueline Bisset and the crime drama "Prachy Delaj Cloveka" (2006) with Ondrej Vetchy. Hanak also contributed music to the Filip Remunda documentary "Czech Dream" (2007). Most recently, Hanak acted in the Tomá¿ Vorel Jr. foreign "The Can" (2007).

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