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A young doctor is tired of being sought by women. One night he meets a young girl who all but forces herself into his room where they talk of morals and love. But he loses her when he goes ... See full summary »
The story is an odyssey of a little man through Poland of 1930 to 1950. It shows his attempts to cope with a changing world which seems to have no place for him. He has no consciousness of ... See full summary »
Two sketches covering episodes from the World War II. In the first novel, "Scherzo alla polacca", a shrewd son, trying to preserve his skin, ultimately becomes a hero and finds a reason for... See full summary »
An actress travels from Warsaw to Paris and during the trip reflects on the last few years of her life. It goes back to the German occupation and her hiding of a fellow actor who has ... See full summary »
Poland, during the World War. Lotna is a magnificent specimen of Arabian horse, the pride of her owner, too old to actually ride her but to whom she remains faithful nevertheless. The ... See full summary »
Polish film "Do widzenia do jutra", with a script written by two known Polish actors Kobiela and Cybulski in 1957, shot in 1959 can not be a carbon copy of the French New Wave films as writes one of the IMDb reviewers, because these films were just made at that time or in the years after, and shown in Poland only a couple of years later. When you look at dates carefully, you might say that often French films were inspired by Polish films of that time, shown in the festivals in the West. "Do widzenia do jutra" is an original film growing out of the student theater movement of these years in Gdansk. Today more a souvenir, but a very nice one, beautifully shot in B+W and acted. Polanski appears in a small episode, so you may feel how annoying he was at the time. It remains an interesting film, but as all films inspired by the student life "Dowidzenia do jutra" (See you tomorrow) catches many small moments that belong only to the past. It is more: "See you, yesterday..." now. So many people must say: - Who cares. Some people, who remember these years will.
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