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Cpl. 'Houdini' Moraczewski:
Na droge niech pan leje!... Bo ostatnio jakis Francuz nalal na detonator przeciwpiechotnej i urwalo mu jaja...
[Hey, pee on the road!... Because some French guy peed on an IED last time and it blew his balls off... ]
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Bad imitation-American film about Polish peace-keepers in Yugoslavia.
The ONLY good thing about this movie is Miroslaw Baka (Cichy). It's a wonder that Boguslaw Linda (Keller) gets such a high percentage of leading roles in Polish movies every year. It's also sad how Polish movies are desperately trying to imitate American films, now that model American films for certain genres have become more available to Polish viewers in the 1990s. This awful picture is a combination of a rogue, not-by-the-book military officer out to set the world right and nonsensical international espionage. And they managed to drag poor Goya into the title! P.S. See Miroslaw Baka in Krzysztof Kieslowski's *Krotki film o zabijaniu* (*A Short Film about Killing*).
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