Centered around a group of individuals, who come to experience magical moments over the course of one day. Full of the power of family, love and the spirit of forgiveness. Each individual ...
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The relationship between Anna (Agnieszka Wiedtocha) and Tomej (Maciej Stuhr) is experiencing a considerable crisis. He, the showman-BN'er, does not intend to settle down at all. On the other hand, she wants that very much.
He is one of the top celebrities in the country: a fast-talking TV host, who can joke his way out of any situation. Women want to be with him, men want to be like him. He is looking for a ... See full summary »
Tomek and Ania finally decide to get married. The wedding, according to the wishes of Ania, will take place at the family members of Tomek with whom he has had no contact for years. It ... See full summary »
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A country girl Kasia Solska is forced by her family to marry the man she finds unattractive. She secretly gets to university, escapes from her village to Warsaw and starts working as a babysitter there.
Centered around a group of individuals, who come to experience magical moments over the course of one day. Full of the power of family, love and the spirit of forgiveness. Each individual comes to realize that Christmas, more than any other time of the year, is full of wonder and surprises.
I've said it before and I'll say it again , i haven't seen a bad Polish film yet and here's another good one .
It wasn't perfect and it's not the best I've seen but it was definitely good and worth seeing .
This is the third in a series and I haven't seen the others so I can't comment if there's an ongoing story but this stood out on its own .
I felt like I was watching a direct copy of one of my favourite films at times LOVE ACTUALLY (2003) . It turns out since seeing it that is actually part of its marketing and the fact that all the music was English added to that . Plus the use of the oboe to highlight romance adding to the theme.
So this is another Christmas movie but the clue was in the title ' letter to Santa ' But it a beautiful story of intertwined stories exactly as you have in Love Actually with so many situations and characters that seem indentical but that wasn't a bad thing as it added to the familiarity and enjoyment.
I look forward to the next Polish movie , they're simply much better than most of what Hollywood forces on us .
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