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Jestes Bogiem is honestly a great drama I would have to argue a bit with being a Biography as even in an interview with Fokus and Rahim, they admit that the movie, although being true as possible, had to leave out facts due to time. The movies seems to show how the group Paktofonika came to be in what seems to be a matter of days. But in reality the group did not just get together it took time. Rahim and Fokus didn't just go to Magik, who was already a prominent hip-hop artist at that time, and they all agreed on forming the group after a few meetings. The actors were overall good , Marcin Kowalczyk playing Magik was superb. While in Kaliber 44, Magik had a distinctive ways of rapping the lyrics and I would have to say Marcin Kowalczyk nearly nails it. A few cool facts through the movie Marcin Kowalczyk is actually wearing Magik's old cloths and is using Magik's actual headphones. It's a great movie for everyone not only fans of hip-hop. I gave it a 9 because the videography could be improved and the microphone popping out through various times during the movie is somewhat annoying. But beside the that the movie is a great watch, i recommend it highly,
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