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Favourite Polish movies?


miranda
21 Jan 2007  #1
What is your favourite Polish movie?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,388
21 Jan 2007  #2
Konsul.

Why ? Because of the beautiful red-head who appears in half the scenes.
OP miranda
21 Jan 2007  #3
I haven't seen it yet. Can I see it on the internet?
krysia 23 | 3,059
21 Jan 2007  #4
Because of the beautiful red-head who appears in half the scenes.

Is she naked?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,388
21 Jan 2007  #5
I really don't know.

The film is about 17 years old and stars Piotr Franczewski.
OP miranda
21 Jan 2007  #6
have you seen anything receant W?

naked?

Krysia, he, he..... Matka Joanna od Aniolow would have a part for you:)
Wroclaw 44 | 5,388
21 Jan 2007  #7
I usually watch old Polish movies and new American ones.

Krysia,

It's my favourite movie because the red-head is my wife.
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
21 Jan 2007  #8
It's my favourite movie because the red-head is my wife.

THE red-head :) ?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,388
21 Jan 2007  #9
Yes.

Be careful there might be more than one [red-head] in the movie.
OP miranda
21 Jan 2007  #10
whichever she is I am sure she is nice:)
Wroclaw 44 | 5,388
21 Jan 2007  #11
I'm sure you and my wife would get on fine. Yes she's nice.
OP miranda
21 Jan 2007  #12
than I need to stop by Wroclaw on my next trip to Poland :)
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
21 Jan 2007  #13
Psy and Psy 2 are good :)
Wroclaw 44 | 5,388
21 Jan 2007  #14
M

I think you Know from the threads that the Wroclaw members are very friendly. If you do come here there is a small group of us who will make sure you have a great time.
OP miranda
21 Jan 2007  #15
If you do come here there is a small group of us who will make sure you have a great time.

Oh, I have no doubt - thank you in advance:)

Psy and Psy 2 are good

never seen it :)
What is the plot G?
Ghik
21 Jan 2007  #16
"Hi Way" by Mumio... heh.
Actually, it may be difficult to call it one "movie", but that's the point!
OP miranda
21 Jan 2007  #17
it may be difficult to call it one "movie", but that's the point!

could you elaborate on that please:)
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
21 Jan 2007  #18
It's with Linda, so about the same most of his other movies.
Llyvellyn - | 15
22 Jan 2007  #19
I love 'Pan Tadeusz' by Andrej Wajda (though I have to guess the actors' speeches by remembring the 'English' lines of Mickiewicz as there is no subtitle:)). It is definitely one of the most moving films in my opinion. Gloriously beautiful sceneries, brilliant music score, great actings by Boguslaw Linda and Dan Obryszchki (and even the ever handsome Michal Zabrowski), shockingly beautiful actresses (cant remember the name of girl who played Zosia) all contibute to the sublimity of the film. Initially, I did find some reservation concerning the fighting scenes but then I understand, as a poetic movie, Pan Tadeusz does not need to be brutally realistic concerning gore and death (See 'Kanal' of the same Wajda to know what he is capable of!) The movie did not even manage to win an Oscar nomination, as some people have complained, but really who care? If I and you know it is a great work of art to be treasured, it doesn't really need some snotty American film gurus to change the belief (especially by just slapping about a fake golden statue!). Anyway, Wajda earned a Lifetime honor by said gurus in 2000 and I suspect, Pan Tadeusz played a significant contribution to this 'ultimate' acknowledgement.
iwona 12 | 542
22 Jan 2007  #20
I quite like Pan Tadeusz.

I suppose last Polish film I watched on DVD was Dzien Swira..... quite funny.:)
cube 2 | 39
22 Jan 2007  #21
I was given a Polish film called "tato" as a christmas present, i havent watched it yet, just wondered if anyone had heard of it and if it was a good film?

Director is Maciej Slesicki and stars Boguslaw Linda, Cezary Pazura, Krystyna Janda.
OP miranda
22 Jan 2007  #22
'Pan Tadeusz'

that's actually a good movie and I enjoyed a lot.

"tato"

I ahve seen it . It's agood movie - I would say:)
Hello Cube - last time I said it - I got canned:)
cube 2 | 39
22 Jan 2007  #23
Hello Miranda, Thanks your a wee star as usual! yeah you really have to watch your step around here now its like a mine field :)

Cool will look forward to watching this film now, thank god for subtitles... lol

Ohh i bought a few films in Poland, to help with my learning, as i heard it was a good way to learn, plus they where far cheaper than here.
OP miranda
22 Jan 2007  #24
yeah you really have to watch your step around here now its like a mine field

to say the least:) and thank you.

Ohh i bought a few films in Poland, to help with my learning, as i heard it was a good way to learn, plus they where far cheaper than here.

great idea - enjoy:)
Maxxx Payne 1 | 196
23 Jan 2007  #25
I saw this film Polish tv where this guy had two girlfriends and they were in different cities was sort of comedy I think it was made in 70's. Does anyone know this movie ?

That film just burnt into mind somehow...even if I didn't know a single word in it !
OP miranda
23 Jan 2007  #26
Dzien Swira.....

sorry I hated it with passion:(
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
23 Jan 2007  #27
I was given a Polish film called "tato" as a christmas present

Quite good.

Dzien Swira..... quite funny.

Weired...
kaka 1 | 142
23 Jan 2007  #28
Seksmisja, Rejs, Symetria, Ciało, Anioł w Krakowie, Vinci, Dług

Podwójne życie Weroniki, Niebieski - are they count as a polish or french ?
iwona 12 | 542
23 Jan 2007  #29
I quite liked dzien Swira....maybe i am bit weird?:)

I have heard about polish writer katarzyna Grochala and when I was last time in Poland i bought DVD "Nigdy w zyciu" I haven't seen it yet but it seems to be good little romantic film.

I quite like some of old polish comedies like: Jak rozpetalem II wojne swiatowa,Kogel-Mogel, Kingsajz, Vabank....

I am not big fan of Keslowski.....he is so sad, gloomy,......depressing....
Maxxx Payne 1 | 196
23 Jan 2007  #30
I am not big fan of Keslowski.....he is so sad, gloomy,......depressing...

That's the outside world...:(


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