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Golasy (2002)

A firsthand experience about bureaucracy's stark-naked truth, inside the microcosmic reality of an office where a lot of unexpected things may happen long before the coffee break.

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Credited cast:
Anna Pudlowska ... Mrs. Krysia
Barbara Gasior ... Bozenka
Agnieszka Pasko ... Marta
Irena Kolodziej ... Mrs. Zosia
Waldemar Plotek ... Grzesiu
Danuta Sokalska ... Doctor Lekarka
Milosz Turowski ... Kondrat
Maks Turowski ... Oskar
Beata Bodniak ... Ewa
Tomasz Kolodziejczyk ... Jurek
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jerzy Grobel ... Chief
Malgorzata Kaca ... Olga
Jerzy Kapeluszny ... Retired
Karol Lamka ... Mr. Staszek
Marek Laski ... Travelling-agent
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Somewhere in an ordinary office with completely normal furniture, equipment and clerks, the days pass by productively. After a long time, today is Marta's first day at work, and as a newcomer and an office junior, she already begins to feel the tension building up with the phones ringing madly and her domineering colleague Mrs Krysia with her trustworthy assistant Mrs Bozenka giving orders without ceasing. During the day, inside the microcosmic reality of an office, a lot of unexpected things may happen, such as an encounter with a rabid dog, a romantic courtship with one of the drivers or even a phone bomb-threat, disturbing the peace of the dedicated employee who simply wants to watch his favourite soap opera while gossiping and sipping his coffee. Eventually, as the unfortunate occurrences keep on happening, Marta will soon learn first-hand about bureaucracy's stark-naked truth. Written by Nick Riganas

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The Naked takes place in an office. The characters are some clerks. All play naked, but they don't f***, 'cause this is a psychological film. See more »

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"The Office" Meets "Oh! Calcutta!" and bores mightily
16 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

In the pantheon of stinker, boring, shamelessly pointless and feckless films, "Golasy" needs top billing. "Worse than 'Golasy'" should take its place in superlative lexicon alongside "bigger than a breadbox." A trite, hopelessly uninteresting, slapdash, unleavened hack of a movie featuring nude ugly bodies tenanted by brains of utter non-actors. "Golasy" is badly scripted, badly shot, badly lit, badly staged, badly acted,badly edited, devoid of wit, insight, thrust or purpose, and it utterly a strain to finish watching. Shame on an otherwise clever and delightful culture (Poland) producing such an embarrassment. This film will stultify anyone more highly evolved than a Komodo dragon. One can spend what feels like a week sitting through this insulting paint-dryer.


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