Screen One: Season 4, Episode 1

A Very Polish Practice (6 Sep. 1992)

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Dr. Daker feels finally settled in his life in Poland with his new wife and son, but he soon find things to be just as tumultuous, not least because Bob Buzzard is still around. And is that those nuns again?

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Joanna Kanska ...
Adam Przedrzymirski ...
Tomasz
David Troughton ...
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Tadeusz Melnik
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Reynard Krapowski
Dariusz Odija ...
Marek
Polly Hemingway ...
Ewa
Nina Marc ...
Helena
Maria Quoos-Morawska ...
Maria (as Maria Quoss)
Agnieszka Robótka-Michalska ...
Renata (as Agnieszka Robotka)
Jelena Budimir ...
Peasant whore
Zofia Merle ...
Nun
Barbara Babilinska ...
Nun
Leon Niemczyk ...
Priest
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Dr. Daker feels finally settled in his life in Poland with his new wife and son, but he soon find things to be just as tumultuous, not least because Bob Buzzard is still around. And is that those nuns again?

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Brilliant sequel to a still relevant BBC series
7 September 2008 | by (Cefn Coed, Wales, U.K>) – See all my reviews

This film is the sequence to the two television series of a Very Peculiar Practice. To appreciate this film you really need to see the two television series first. It offers a brilliant surreal insight into several aspects of the political and economic reformation of the late C20th. A process which is still making its profound albeit very mixed impact felt in the UK and Europe. I consider it one of the finest BBC productions on a par with "This Life" or "Nice Work" or "The History Man". Surreal and humorous certainly but it often rings true even today. The surreal presence of two nuns throughout the series continues with a greater resonance in this sequel. Joanna Kanska, Peter Davison, Graham Crowden, Barbara Flynn and David Troughton all produced fine characterisations amongst many.


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