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This is one of the best shows I've seen. My Polish is not perfect but I can understand a good amount of it. It is filled with hilarious scenes and lines. It would be perfect if it had subtitles so that people from other countries would be able to see it. But even if you don't know Polish, it's a pretty funny thing to watch. The way the characters act and everything is set up will make you understand what is going on. Cezary Pazura is one of Poland's most now comedians. He is the one that makes the show a hit. Either sit down with one of your Polish friends (so they can translate some for you) or just rent it and watch what is going on and I promise you will like it. I highly recommend it!
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