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Tomorrow Will Be Better (2010)

Jutro bedzie lepiej (original title)
Three young boys, who live on the mean streets of Ukraine, embark on an journey to cross the border into Poland.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Oleg Ryba ... Pietia
Yevgeniy Ryba Yevgeniy Ryba ... Waska (as Jewgienij Ryba)
Akhmed Sardalov Akhmed Sardalov ... Liapa
Stanislaw Sojka ... Policeman (as Stanislaw Soyka)
Kinga Walenkiewicz Kinga Walenkiewicz ... Lala
Zygmunt Gorodowienko Zygmunt Gorodowienko ... Old man
Aleksandra Billewicz Aleksandra Billewicz ... Bride
Antoni Lanczkowski Antoni Lanczkowski ... Border guard
Stanislaw Zawadzki Stanislaw Zawadzki ... Driver
Angelika Kozic Angelika Kozic ... Girl with bread
Maria Cichonczyk Maria Cichonczyk ... Aunt
Waclaw Gladczyk Waclaw Gladczyk ... Villager
Grzegorz Sikorski Grzegorz Sikorski ... Policman
Krzysztof Boczek Krzysztof Boczek ... Guy
Kamil Wrona Kamil Wrona ... Young border guard
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Storyline

Six-year-old named Petya (Oleg Ryba). Petya, his brother Vasya (Jewgieni Ryba), and their friend Liapa (Akhmed Saralov) travel overland with dreams of a better life in Poland and the hope that tomorrow will be better. They learn they must rely on each other to find their new home. Written by BB

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Genres:

Adventure | Drama

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FREEDOM IS A DELICATE FLOWER
3 November 2020 | by richardkassirSee all my reviews

Wonderful and superb movie beautifully filmed with excellent story telling and great acting. Three boys, Pietia 5, Waska 10 and Liapa 11 go on a journey to escape their homeless, street life of poverty in Russia by crossing the border into Poland. Liapa the oldest has planned their journey and keeps them on track. Their journey is fraught with mishaps, but their innocent, irrepressible childish good humour helps them to overcome their problems. Crossing the border, the most dangerous part of their adventure is shot in real time and is edge of your seat drama.


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Country:

Poland

Language:

Russian | Polish

Release Date:

11 November 2011 (Poland) See more »

Also Known As:

Jutro będzie lepiej See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

PLN3,130,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$15,031
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Technical Specs

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Color
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