Sniadanie do lozka made me loose faith in the Polish film industry
Sniadanie do lozka made me loose faith in the Polish film industry and really question the direction it is heading. For years now I have been hearing from people that live in Poland that new Polish films are senseless and are getting to the point that they are not worth watching. Watching flub after dud, I can no longer disagree with where this sentiment came from.
Being a romantic comedy should not mean that the entire story is predictable, but unfortunately it does. It is impossible for me to give away the story, because the film does that much better than I ever could. From the first minute of the film where the main character drivers his scooter past a girl on a bicycle, you know the romance will be between them. She puts up a little resistance to him at first, as we would expect, but doesn't stand firm too long. The entire movie is undistinguished and mindless entertainment. By the end of the film I wasn't able to recall a single character's name, as they were all as unmemorable as the story.
Is it possible for some people to like this movie? Yes, I am sure some people can be mildly amused with the story, but I doubt anyone will truly think this movie is really good. The commercialism in it is really apparent - with the Bosch appliances and LOT Polish Airlines both getting a good advertisement out of it. Don't get me wrong, I like both of these companies a lot, but even someone in the audience with me made a wisecrack of what a commercial this movie is.
I used to consider Piotr Adamczyk to be one of the most talented actors in Polish film. Considering this is the third mediocre movie in a row that I watched with Adamczyk, I have realized that I can no longer expect a movie to be good just because he is in it. I will equally remember that Krzysztof Lang directed Sniadanie do lozka, but for all the wrong reasons.
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