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You can use this form to report problematic or annoying ads.If you are still on the page where the annoying ad was (or still is) displayed, then proceed to fill out this form.Although proud of what she managed to achieve in the film, acting is not something Marketa thinks she'll return to in a hurry: "It was very, very hard.It was much harder than music, because music is very sincere really.You have more freedom in the way you speak in English." Besides her musical exploits, Marketa has also recently appeared in the film Once, where she stars as Czech immigrant to Ireland who falls in love with a local busker played by her long-term musical collaborator Glen Hansard.Once won an audience award at this year's Sundance Film Festival, which Marketa attended, and also features music from The Swell Season on its soundtrack.Having met Marketa's parents previously at a concert he played in Prague, Glen and his band were guests at her house the night before The Frames were due to play: "A day before their gig, we had a garden party. They gathered around the fire and the guitar was there and so we were playing guitars and singing and because I knew The Frames' record I was singing their track Star, Star a lot and Glen was like 'Wow, that's great'.
Now I also write a lot of songs and record albums, which is kind of wacky." Marketa subsequently recorded a version of Star, Star, with The Frames, which appeared on their special-edition live album The Breadcrumb Trail in 2003.
The last few years have certainly been a rollercoaster ride for someone so young, but Marketa seems to have taken it all in her stride and doesn't feel the experience has done her any harm: "I feel really grateful for the way things have happened, because I feel that through travelling and all these experiences I've kind of matured. I just feel like I have this great amount of knowledge that I would normally have at thirty years of age, if I hadn't gone through all the things I've gone through.
So I feel kind of blessed, because I have this knowledge now and I'm only nineteen and I have all this time to use this knowledge.
If you have seen Jan Hrebejk's latest film "Beauty in Trouble", you would have heard several songs on its soundtrack by Glen Hansard from Irish group The Frames and Czech vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Marketa Irglova.
Last year, this duo's critically acclaimed LP The Swell Season debuted in the Irish album charts at number five and was to remain in the top thirty there for several weeks.
So the idea of these songs being heard and the possibility of people liking them is very exiting for me.