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Nothing Funny (1995)
"Nic smiesznego" (original title)

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Cezary Pazura ...
Marek Kondrat ...
Film Director
Ewa Blaszczyk ...
Beata Miauczynska
Henryk Bista ...
Pyrotechnist
Jerzy Bonczak ...
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Krzysztof Kowalewski ...
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Wojciech Wysocki ...
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Piotr Machalica ...
Miki Miauczynski
Agnieszka Wagner ...
Adam's Mother
Bronislaw Pawlik ...
Censor
Monika Donner-Trelinska ...
Malgosia
Zbigniew Buczkowski ...
Funeral's Home Worker
Katarzyna Gajdarska ...
Ildiko
Bozena Dykiel ...
Dentist
Maciej Kozlowski ...
Maciej
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Polish humor at its best
21 May 2003 | by (Vienna, Austria) – See all my reviews

I think that this film is one of the best Polish comedies (including of course "Kiler" and "Kilerow dwoch")of the 90's. Almost every scene offers you a good laugh and this is one of the movies you could see a thousand times. Cezary Pazura, who became a Star in Poland shows again, that he is the personification of Polish humor. My favorite scenes are the one with the phone booth ("The wolves!")and the elevator. ("Are you going up?"- "No, to the side!") And-because the penis scene is criticized by a fellow IMDb user- it simply cannot be compared to similar gags in stupid teen-sex-comedies. In "Nic smiesznego" you will find a humor of a dry, black and partly even sad kind.


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