Jurek Kiler (see the prequel to this movie, "Kiler") has become a VIP - sponsoring the Polish government, playing tennis with the President, and stuff. He must oversee a transfer of a ... See full summary »
Tracks the hilariously bumbling, calamity-ridden life of director Adam Miauczynski. Both his career and his romantic relationships are suffering, but, since his total lack of common sense ... See full summary »
Two scientists are placed in hibernation and should be awaken after three years. But when they wake up, it turns out that it has been fifty years, and they are the only two males in a new, underground society composed exclusively of women.
The movie is a comedy, truly funny for open-minded people, who are ready to step out the hollywoodian standard as this is independent, maybe strange, but Polish movie.
It describes normal life of 3 main polish friends, living in a typically Polish scenario, block area (Poland has the most blocks in % in Europe thanks to Soviet Union) and related to its topics: hatred towards noisy, talking your back neighbours, a junkie, rednecks coming to town, learning English, Russians and Asians in our society and much more.
Plot is not in the main focus, there is a link interrupted with some funny cut scenes. The plot is surprising, free and spontaneous Id say, polish style (believe I watch polish movies Im polish). The movie is well-edited.
I'd only recommend this movie to people who are a bit into Polish culture (where is it in the world etc) and want to know more.
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