Modern-day Warsaw shines in this romantic comedy about the love life of a young, hip architect. In his break-out role, popular Polish television star Maciej Zakoscielny plays the handsome young professional, who is torn between two women.
In the early 1810s, Poles, part of Russia's client state of Lithuania, think independence will come if they join forces with Napoleon when he invades Russia. This unity of purpose, in one ... See full summary »
I gotta admit; the movie does need some work, but overall not a bad movie. As for the comment coming from UK, you found "cheeky jokes" at Poles funny? Well, I didn't; it is obvious that the British always poke fun at Poles, but everyone pokes fun at British people too, so don't forget that.
Also, that comment about "getting rid of the problem" when he was the father of the baby, what the hell are you talking about? Do you know anything about values, morals and ethics. Your idea for a movie is obviously dumb and senseless, so do not bash on this movie, since it is definitely worth watching.
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