Lovers of old Czech films certainly know Natasha Golova. But not everyone is aware of its sad condition. In front of the cameras, she showed her unusual comedic talent, so no one would think that the actress, born on February 27, 1912, was experiencing almost the same misfortune alone.
Men Natasha just did not go. Her first big love was the 16-year-old poet Tristan Tsar, who became known as a 20-year-old. Then she reminded her that she had fallen in love and stayed with a king. After a while, the disappointed return home. The founders of Dadaism have split up.
Later, he worked with colleague Frantisek Vanucek, 9 years old. They have been together for three years, but as it turned out, the actor was not just a jealous tyrant and drunk … After a while he admits he's homosexual.
A much more confused situation happened with Barrandov's studio manager Villa Williel. From a man of German origin, Natasha, she was deceived by a very good friend of her Adina Mandl, so Gall missed him in a short time.
Later, however, she began to meet Adina, although her love was kept secret. However, when the actress left her to shoot outside, her girlfriend conquered her. Natasha did not associate with this connection, although Söhnel was originally German and was officially a member of the Nazi NSDAP.
Though he did not talk to Hitler's ideology and did not help the Czechs, the two artists were later quarrelsome because of their relationship with him. "She paid for her relationship with an extraordinary man whose inappropriate mistake was his German origin. No one has taken into account the fact that during the war he kept the Czech film above the water. Natasha and Ville turned to actor Svatogluk Benesh.
Natasha finally came out. Yes, she told director Konstantin Konstantin. It is said, however, that there is not much love. It is alleged that Konstantin had drunk and brought Gole to alcohol. She started looking at the bottom of the glass, especially when she was alone and almost without job offers. She died alone at the retirement home on October 29, 1988.
Natasha Gall's most famous films: Christian, Eve Honor to the Stupid, Blue Star Hotel, Emperor Baker, Emperor of Peace, Dear Aunt and I.