The title protagonist is an orderly art teacher whose main problem in life is his father - an incessantly partying artist-painter. When the senior suffers a second heart attack and yet ... See full summary »
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Jan Jakub Kolski
I am a Pole and most of the time avoid Polish movies because either they are cheesy or about history. However, sometimes you can watch a good Polish movie and I think this one is one of them. Not great, but if you are looking for a comedy for the evening it will fit in.
I enjoyed watching it because it depicts Polish reality to which I could relate to and make fun off. If you are foreigner and you want to see life in a typical small Polish town you might enjoy it too.
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