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Oda do radosci (2005)

Three stories of young disillusioned Poles of different background and region of origin. What binds them together is that they all meet on the bus to London shortly after Poland's entry into EU.

Directors:

Anna Kazejak (as Anna Kazejak-Dawid), Jan Komasa | 1 more credit »

Writers:

Anna Kazejak (segment) (as Anna Kazejak-Dawid), Jan Komasa (segment) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Przemyslaw Bluszcz ... Zbyszek
Joanna Bogacka Joanna Bogacka ... Wiktor's mother
Anna Maria Buczek ... Beata
Malgorzata Buczkowska ... Aga (segment "Silesia")
Janusz Chabior ... Rysiek
Alina Chechelska Alina Chechelska ... Woman
Krzysztof Czeczot ... Pikaczu (segment "Warsaw")
Jan Drawnel Jan Drawnel ... Eryk (segment "The Sea")
Roma Gasiorowska ... Marta (segment "Warsaw")
Piotr Glowacki ... Michal (segment "Warsaw")
Adam Graczyk Adam Graczyk ... Kozi (segment "Warsaw")
Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieslak ... Grandmother (segment "Warsaw")
Agnieszka Kawiorska Agnieszka Kawiorska ... Ania
Tomasz Kozlowicz Tomasz Kozlowicz
Maciej Kozlowski ... Piotr (segment "Warsaw")
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Three stories of young disillusioned Poles of different background and region of origin. What binds them together is that they all meet on the bus to London shortly after Poland's entry into EU.

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Poland

Language:

Polish

Release Date:

19 April 2006 (Poland) See more »

Also Known As:

Oda bucuriei See more »

Filming Locations:

Slaskie, Poland See more »

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Color
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Gorgeous
14 November 2006 | by subhadeep_iitkgpSee all my reviews

This was the first Polish film I was watching, and going by the lofty cinematic standards set by Europeans I was expecting another beautifully crafted gritty drama depicting the pain of modern life- I was hardly disappointed. The film involves 3 parallel subplots( Silesia,Warsaw, The Sea) and depicts the changing lifestyle in Poland as viewed by three ambitious youngsters. Equipped with an unbelievably talented cast of young actors , Ode to Joy succeeds on every possible level of film-making. It is quite obvious that the script has been prepared with a lot of sensitivity and the direction and acting is flawless. What more could one ask from cinema?


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