"I am the Lord thy God; thou shalt have no other God but me." Ten-year-old Pawel and his father Krzysztof run their lives on their beloved home computer, while Pawel's aunt worries that his... See full summary »
"I am the Lord thy God; thou shalt have no other God but me." Ten-year-old Pawel and his father Krzysztof run their lives on their beloved home computer, while Pawel's aunt worries that his spiritual education is being neglected. But Pawel is too busy enjoying life, not least thanks to his father's Christmas present of a pair of ice skates, because the computer has calculated that the frozen lake is safe to skate across... Written by
Michael Brooke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
i just watched this film screened at the Hyderabad Film Club. the way i was taken into a different world and the way the film has arrested my attention, how the film took me along the path of subtle emotions, it is just superb. i was spellbound by the knack wherein the hard fact is slowly allowed to sink into the audience in the climax of the film. i thoroughly enjoyed the conversations of the boy with his father and aunt-the joy of winning the chess game, boy's probing questions about death, etc., the work of the little girl, neighbour's daughter, is excellent, though short. the technical values of the film, cinematography and background score in particular are good. i thank Mr. Bhushan Kalyaan for sparing the DVD for screening.
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