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Angelus (2000)

A commune built around the pursuit of spiritual perfection through the occult begins to see its prophecies come true.

Director:

Lech Majewski

Writers:

Bronislaw Maj, Lech Majewski (as Lech J. Majewski) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

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Jan Siodlaczek Jan Siodlaczek ... Teofil
Pawel Steinert Pawel Steinert ... Rudolf
Daniel Skowronek Daniel Skowronek ... Maly Rudolf
Grzegorz Stasiak Grzegorz Stasiak ... Ewald Sójka
Malgorzata Madejowska Malgorzata Madejowska ... Ewaldowa
Marian Makula Marian Makula ... Walter Goj
Elzbieta Okupska ... Jadzka
Jacenty Jedrusik Jacenty Jedrusik ... Helmut Hes
Malgorzata Gadecka Malgorzata Gadecka ... Helmutowa
Andrzej Skupinski Andrzej Skupinski ... Eryk Paw
Barbara Lubos-Swies Barbara Lubos-Swies ... Erykowa (as Barbara Swies)
Andrzej Mastalerz ... Oswald Wróbel
Ruta Kubac Ruta Kubac ... Oswald's grandmother
Jan Skrzek Jan Skrzek ... Libero
Tadeusz Plawecki Tadeusz Plawecki ... Master / Adolf Hitler
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A commune built around the pursuit of spiritual perfection through the occult begins to see its prophecies come true.

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Metaphysical and just Silesian.
21 January 2006 | by nadoweisiwegSee all my reviews

It's not a simple movie. To understand "Angelus", you have to know something about Upper Silesian culture and language (if you see the movie in original). It's quite different from the official Polish language, for example to address a woman "chopie", which (correctly) is a masculine designation.

In this movie you can see the story of several men and their wives. One unmarried is the boy, which has to play the role of innocent Angelus, who should save the world. It's unrealistic, but familiar. Set design is authentic. I recommend the movie to everyone who wants to explore the spiritual expression of Central Europe.


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Country:

Poland

Language:

Polish

Release Date:

2 November 2001 (Poland) See more »

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1.70 : 1
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