The funeral for Czech-born director Miloš Forman was held in a private ceremony by his family in Warren, Connecticut on Sunday, his widow Martina wrote on Monday on facebook.
In her post, she thanked friends for their many well-wishes and said the ceremony had been according to her husband's wishes. The two-time Oscar winner died last Friday at the age of 86.
Forman is renowned for his early films such as Loves of a Blonde as well as later masterpieces such as One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Amadeus.
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