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Jurek Kiler (see the prequel to this movie, "Kiler") has become a VIP - sponsoring the Polish government, playing tennis with the President, and stuff. He must oversee a transfer of a substantial amount of gold. However, in his past activities, he has made enemies. Mighty ones. And thus Jurek Kiler's next adventure begins as he has to face attempts at kidnapping, assassinations, and problems in his love life... Written by
A van used to carry gold has an advertisement written: "H. Kwinto - Kasy pancerne" (H. Kwinto safes), which is a reference to a safe robber Henryk Kwinto from earlier Machulski's Vabank (1981) movie. See more »
Though some might disagree, I think "Kilerow Dwoch" (Two Killers), a Polish made action comedy making fun of all big-budget Hollywood action films, is even more hilarious than the previous "Kiler" of 1997. This sequel has everything that a viewer could ask for. More action, more "laugh-so-hard-you-fall-of-the-seat" comedy, and even as the title already mentions, two killers!! I did have my doubts about it being as good as the first film when I saw it in the cinema first time around. But after watching it a few more times on video (as I now own it as well), I was convinced that Juliusz Machulski made a very worthy sequel which in a lot of aspects actually surpasses the original.
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