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Wesele (1973)

Set at the turn of the century, the story concerns a Polish poet living in Cracow who has decided to marry a peasant girl. The wedding is attended by a heterogenous group of people from all... See full summary »

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Andrzej Wajda
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marek Walczewski ... Host
Izabella Olszewska Izabella Olszewska ... Hostess
Ewa Zietek ... Bride
Daniel Olbrychski ... Bridegroom
Emilia Krakowska ... Marysia
Mieczyslaw Stoor ... Wojtek
Kazimierz Opalinski ... Father
Henryk Borowski ... Old Man
Marek Perepeczko ... Jasiek
Janusz Bukowski ... Kasper
Andrzej Lapicki ... Poet
Wojciech Pszoniak ... Journalist / Stanczyk
Andrzej Szczepkowski ... Nose
Mieczyslaw Czechowicz ... Priest
Barbara Wrzesinska ... Maryna
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Storyline

Set at the turn of the century, the story concerns a Polish poet living in Cracow who has decided to marry a peasant girl. The wedding is attended by a heterogenous group of people from all strata of Polish society, who dance, get drunk and lament Poland's 100-year-long division of Poland under Russia, Prussia, and Austria. The bridegroom, a painter friend, and a journalist each in turn is confronted with spectres of Polish past. In the end a call to arms is called but turns out to be a hoax. Written by Polish Cinema Database <http://info.fuw.edu.pl/Filmy/>

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Drama

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Trivia

The famous rumor has it that during a film festival Andrzej Wajda was approached by the legendary director Elia Kazan, who asked him where he had found such a wonderful writer. Wajda was amused because the play "Wesele" is one of immortal classics of Polish literature, well-known to every school kid in Poland, but considered difficult to appreciate by foreigners. It was written by the renowned Cracovian painter and writer Stanislaw Wyspianski in 1901. See more »

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Featured in Sygnowane Andrzej Wajda (1989) See more »

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Psychedelic Politics
18 July 1999 | by Marya-3See all my reviews

If Peter Fonda had some how managed to make The Trip under communist oppression, and if he feared the wrath of his ancestors, and the hand of the Red Army, instead of the bourgeois middle class; if a wedding party was as much a life passage in American as is the drug party, these two would have been the same movie.


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Country:

Poland

Language:

Polish

Release Date:

9 January 1973 (Poland) See more »

Also Known As:

The Wedding See more »

Filming Locations:

Czosnów, Mazowieckie, Poland See more »

Company Credits

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Film Polski See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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