It is a bitter story about a middle-aged man, who hates his life and other people, including himself. Adam Miauczynski, the character known from director Marek Koterski's previous films, is... See full summary »
Based on a well-known Polish novel with the same title the movie re-tells a true life story of a group of scouts called ''Szare Szeregi'' (Gray Ranks) during the Nazi occupation of Warsaw ... See full summary »
The story takes place in two parallel time planes. The first plot follows the events of one autumn night in 1978. Edward Srodon, a zootechnician, makes an accidental stopover in a farmhouse... See full summary »
Imagine that you have the power to decide on people's lives. Who would you condemned, and whom he saved? In the center of Europe suddenly, without a trace, people begin to disappear. The ... See full summary »
If you get through cheesy beginning you'll get really nice movie
Well, that's true. I've seen both movies, the "precusor", Testosteron and now, Lejdies. I'm male and i find it quite hard to compare those two movies. Mostly because Testosteron was an adaptation of a play and here we have an independent, fresh screenplay.
The beginning of this movie is just horrible... Four spoiled, slutty bitches partying and cursing. Definitely the kind of movie i truly hate and despise. I really wanted to turn it off after a while, but, with help of my sister, i continued. And i do not regret it. It's worth too finish despite the fact that movie is a little longer than typical "romance/comedy" flick and it's 133m long. Sometimes funny, sometimes a little bit heart warming, but overall, a successful attempt of polish cinematography in following foreign (mostly overseas) mainstream. Very enjoyable for widen audience. No wonder it was such a box-office blockbuster.
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