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Marcin, a young man wants to kill a couple, for reasons unknown. When he arrives at their address he ends up meeting their daughter Ola instead. He heads out for the night, continues to keep an eye on her, insinuates himself into her party plans, and eventually makes a connection with her that allows him to ingratiate himself with her parents the next day. None of the fun, however, detracts him from his initial plan.Written by
Don't you like when movies leave you speechless? Well I do and I loved that movie.
If I understand right this movie had almost no budget. Almost everybody worked probono, everything was rented from a friends etc. During watching it, I would never said that.
Weird, interesting and speechless! Leaves you so many questions and in "We want more" mood :D Do not want say more, just watch it, it is really worth it.
There was only one scene which was too long for me - Main character pulling white sheet out of the car on the field. Other thing really great. So true and so crazy.
I watched it at Polish Cinema for Beginners and only thing I would love to is that Krzysztof Skonieczny came there for himself for discuss after the movie, because it would be so interesting to hear from his mouth what was going through his head while writing scripts. :) Even though young Jasmina Polak was simpatico also :)
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