Reporter Alicja Tabor returns to Walbrzych, the city of her childhood. There she will go back to all her hardcore family secret dramas, and start investigating a sinister case related to the disappearance of children.
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Fear, anger, sadness, joy, disgust, jealousy, shame. Adas Miauczynski returns to his childhood, when - like most of us - he had a big problem with naming the accompanying emotions. To ... See full summary »
I have to say that I'm surprised by this film. Frankly, I got used to Polish lame cinematography, but suddenly Pasikowski did something up to the mark. Nevertheless shooting scenes look bloody fake, London is shown as a peaceful city - no struggling with war at all! ha! I solemnly hope Polish screenwriters and director will find new topic for films. In my opinion we don't need another war film made just to remind us how bad Nazis were back in the days of World War II.
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