Made in Prague: the psychological torment of Czech cinema is easy to admire but hard to recommend

NewStatesman, November 2016

“I first met Michael Wolff in the early Noughties at a Condé Nast conference in Venice. He was the star attraction, delivering motivational (and actually rather inspirational) talks on the back of his successful 1998 book, Burn Rate, which was about his failed experiment as a digital entrepreneur.”

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