A timid accountant tries to earn his living as a hitman, until he becomes a target for the vengeful mafia boss, murderous gangsters, mad cops and a sexy blonde - and if he's not careful his own wife might catch wind of his double life too.
Our memories are not the only time machines we have, the old times can also be revived by the History Reenactors. We present the people who are willing to take risks, the men and the women who take up the roles of warriors and gladiators.
The sideshow of Ahen's school gladiators' fights is the attraction of the feast in Cassius' villa. Senator Marcius challenges the host, that he will train the champions who will defeat all of Cassius' gladiators. They bet on a fortune.
Janina Duszejko, an elderly woman, lives alone in the Klodzko Valley where a series of mysterious crimes are committed. Duszejko is convinced that she knows who or what is the murderer, but nobody believes her.
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Two Nobel prizes in different fields: physics and chemistry. See more »
Halfway through the ending credits, a sequence shows the characters of Marie Curie and Paul Langevin, in costume, strolling through modern-day Paris, with occasional onlookers staring and taking pictures. See more »
Going into this film I thought it was going to be just another boring, inaccurate, biographical dated film but I was surprised to actually be curious to find out what happens next throughout the film. It was not exceptional as to it will get you to the edge of your seats but Karolina Gruszka's (who ironically is a Franco-Polish also) portrayal can really get you interested to know who was Marie Curie apart from being a Nobel Prize winner. A film that will ignite the feminist inside all of us. Worth a watch.
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