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Playground (2016)

Plac zabaw (original title)
It's the last day of school in small town Poland and Gabrysia wants to tell her classmate that she loves him. But it will not end well.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michalina Swistun Michalina Swistun ... Gabrysia Wolska
Nicolas Przygoda Nicolas Przygoda ... Szymek
Przemyslaw Balinski Przemyslaw Balinski ... Czarek
Patryk Swiderski Patryk Swiderski ... Little boy
Pawel Brandys Pawel Brandys ... Gabysia's father
Anita Jancia Anita Jancia ... Gabrysia's mother (as Anita Jancia-Prokopowicz)
Pawel Karolak Pawel Karolak ... Szymek's father
Malgorzata Olczyk Malgorzata Olczyk ... Czarek's mother
Bartlomiej Milczarek Bartlomiej Milczarek ... Pawel (Czarek's brother)
Mikolaj Zamorski Mikolaj Zamorski ... Kamil
Karolina Czajka Karolina Czajka ... Marta
Marta Grabysz Marta Grabysz ... Headmaster
Joanna Kurek Joanna Kurek ... Teatcher
Adam Rosolek Adam Rosolek ... Priest
Pawel Krawczyk Pawel Krawczyk ... Mr. Bartek
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Final day of school in a small Polish town. It's the very last chance for a 12 year old Gabrysia to tell her classmate that she had fallen in love with him. She sets up a secret meeting and blackmails the boy to show up. But what was supposed to be an intimate talk spins out of control and leads to an unexpected ending. Written by Latido Films

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Drama | Thriller

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The most brutal, sicking movie ever made!
14 May 2021 | by ntj-filmSee all my reviews

As a connoisseur of all things sick and twisted, I feel confident in proclaiming this film the most vile and horrifying I've ever seen. It's also absolutely brilliant, which makes it all the more devastating.

You really need to do a little research before you jump in, because this isn't A Serbian Film or Human Centipede II exploitation, it's social realism, heart of Darkness type stuff and it kicks like a steroid injected mule.

I've never felt as empty or lost watching a film as I did watching this one.

You have been warned.


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Poland

Language:

Polish

Release Date:

18 November 2016 (Poland) See more »

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Playground See more »

Filming Locations:

Swidnica, Dolnoslaskie, Poland See more »

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