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Weiser (2001)

Pawel Heller returns to his hometown after many years, to try to unravel the mystery of disappearance of his schoolmate.

Writers:

Wojciech Marczewski (scenario), Pawel Huelle (based on the novel by: "Weiser Dawidek") | 2 more credits »
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Marek Kondrat ... Pawel Heller
Krystyna Janda ... Elka
Juliane Köhler ... Juliana
Teresa Marczewska ... Sedzina
Zbigniew Zamachowski ... Kolota
Krzysztof Globisz ... Szymek
Michael Mendl ... Wariat
Mariusz Benoit ... Milicjant
Marian Opania ... Ksiadz proboszcz
Janusz Gajos ... Antykwariusz
Jaroslaw Gajewski Jaroslaw Gajewski ... Lekarz
Teresa Budzisz-Krzyzanowska ... Sasiadka Szymka
Piotr Fronczewski ... Piotr Korolewski
Ewa Wencel ... Matka Elki (as E. Wencel)
Magdalena Cielecka ... Clerk
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Storyline

he hero is Paul Heller, a man who in life was successful. For many years he lived in Hamburg, where he met his wife, and he made quite a pretty good property. After 11 years spent in exile, however, Paul decides to return to the Polish, the country, which since 1989 is the ideal place to start your own profitable business.

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Drama | Mystery

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Language:

Polish

Release Date:

18 January 2001 (Poland) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Prelude in G major
Music by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performed by Leszek Mozdzer
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Great book, bad film
22 December 2002 | by JakubDemianczukSee all my reviews

Pawel Huelle's book "Weiser Dawidek" is one of the most wonderful novels of Polish modern literature, but it's film adaptation is not worth your time. The movie is boring, miscasted and has no magic in it. Better read than watch if you can.


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