Kazmierz Dziewanowicz's hobby is very strange. He collect people who was born on 29 of February. One day he see that in his colection there are two men with the same name, the same birth ... See full summary »
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Elzbieta Brylska
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Engineer Henryk Nowak
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Sgt. Jan Dziewanowicz
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Tradesman Henryk Nowak
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Maj. Olecki
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Kazimierz Dziewanowicz
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Helena Pyrzyk
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Intelligence Agency Officer Stefan
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Waclaw Kaczmarek
Stanislaw Winczewski ...
Maj. Boleslaw Sarnicki
Henryk Modrzewski ...
Kazimierz Dziewanowicz's friend
Zdzislaw Lubelski ...
Tomasz
Adam Mularczyk ...
Grzegorz
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Intelligence Agency Officer Staszek
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Sgt. Jagielski

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Kazmierz Dziewanowicz's hobby is very strange. He collect people who was born on 29 of February. One day he see that in his colection there are two men with the same name, the same birth place, the same date of birth and the same parents. In the middle of the night somebody kills him. The Intelligence Agency begin investigation. Written by jasiu

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21 March 1962 (Poland)  »

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glimmers of Hitchcock
10 July 2009 | by (Berkeley, CA) – See all my reviews

A record-keeping bureaucrat has a peculiar hobby of collecting information on those rare people who share his birthday, February 29th. One day, just before he is supposed to leave on a train, he adds another person to his records and discovers he already has a person with that name... and birthdate.. and birth parents. Yet these are two different people! Perplexed, he starts casually investigating, only to be murdered that very night. And so begins a sequence of events that broadens into a wider and wider conspiracy. The plot of this film follows an extremely Hitchcockian development, where an innocent action entangles an everyman into a deep conspiracy. However, whereas Hitchcock would then use this kind of plot to squeeze out lots of suspense, the direction and screen writing in this film squander some potentially thrilling moments of deception. Without the suspense, this film feels overlong and lacking much danger -- a tamer version of the noirs and thrillers coming out of America, England and France at the same time. It's too bad, because in the right hands this could have been quite a fun film to watch.


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