When a photo model gets replaced by a batch of new younger prettier girls, her life of riches melts in front of her eyes and she's forced to live like a homeless person in a parking lot of a high class hotel she once lived in.
The main character is the manager of a sport club, nicknamed "Teddy Bear" by his friends and acquaintances. One day he is detained at the border just as his sport team is off to a ... See full summary »
Homeless and on the run from a military court martial, a damaged ex-special forces soldier navigating London's criminal underworld seizes an opportunity to assume another man's identity -- transforming into an avenging angel in the process.
What a waste of time if you have any good taste in you
This movie is a sad attempt to make a sequel to "Miś" one of the very best Polish comedy movies (as any Polish movie fan and I can assure you he will name it as one of his top-three Polish favorite movies of all time). What made "Miś" so strong was the fact it was all about communistic Poland. "Ryś" on other hand tries to make same type of comedy about modern Poland and fails BIG TIME! Once satiric world gets dumbed down, the dialog humor poor if not annoying, the once colorful cast of characters is now pretty bland, and all the modern takes get very forgettable and unlike "Miś" who did a great job of passing the test of time, this one will get old very fast... It's four years since premiere and people already forgotten it. Sad but true
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