Pavel Klusák graduated from Bohemistics at Charles University and Scriptwriting and Dramaturgy at Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts. He is a music publicist who focuses into contemporary music, mainly independent and experimental, and is permanently engaged to the relationship of music and sociopolitical events. He cooperates with Czech Radio and periodical papers Respekt. He wrote a script for short student mockumentary Vynález Krásy (1994), which hilariously explains Karel Gott’s popularity. He is a coauthor of experimental documentary Národ Sobě aneb České Moře v Osmnácti Přílivech (2003).