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Polish film and serial riddles


pawian 176 | 15,197
30 Aug 2012 #1
After a great success of such riddle threads as
boletus 30 | 1,366
30 Aug 2012 #2
Which Polish film is this shot from?

Jerzy Kawalerowicz, Matka Joanna od Aniołów (1961), Mother Joan of the Angels
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
30 Aug 2012 #3
'Nóż w wodzie' by Roman Polański
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
30 Aug 2012 #4
I am sorry, not yet.

Hint: the same director as before.
boletus 30 | 1,366
30 Aug 2012 #5
So, I see I need to make it more difficult, just for you

Please don't. I am not that good in subject of movies, especially the newer ones.
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
30 Aug 2012 #6
Oh, I see. :):):):)

But that second riddle movie by Kawalerowicz isn`t so new.

Second hint: Lucyna Winnicka played in it.

'Nóż w wodzie' by Roman Polański

You thought so because you saw Leon Niemczyk. Yes, he also played in the film.
boletus 30 | 1,366
30 Aug 2012 #7
Kawalerowicz, Pociąg, Night Train (1959) ?
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
30 Aug 2012 #8
Yes!!!!

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Easier one:

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boletus 30 | 1,366
31 Aug 2012 #9
Kawalerowicz, Faraon (1965).
Yes, this was a bit easier due to unforgettable .. arms .. of Barbara Brylska.
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
31 Aug 2012 #10
Kawalerowicz, Faraon (1965).

Yes! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharaoh_%28film%29

Yes, this was a bit easier due to unforgettable .. arms .. of Barbara Brylska.

Yes, those shapely .....arms... made millions of male Poles visit the cinemas in 1960s..... :):):):)

Let`s change the director:
boletus 30 | 1,366
1 Sep 2012 #11
Re: Message #9
Andrzej Munk, Zezowate szczęście, Bad luck (1960)

I did not recognized Bogumił Kobiela at first on that picture. He was quite chubby later.
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
1 Sep 2012 #12
Yes!! : A new one:

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strzyga 2 | 993
4 Sep 2012 #13
Cybulski and Czyżewska... Giuseppe w Warszawie maybe?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
4 Sep 2012 #14
Just in case people start to think that Poland doesn't have modern cameras, Pawian ;0)
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
5 Sep 2012 #15
Cybulski and Czyżewska... Giuseppe w Warszawie maybe?

Yes!!!

Just incase people

Looks like Galerianki. Is it your fav Polish film? :):):):)

Next:
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
6 Sep 2012 #16
Looks like Galerianki. Is it your fav Polish film? :):):):)

It is Galerianki, I thought the film was interesting, being young today is very different from when I was growing up.

Next:

Ming the Merciless was Polish???
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
6 Sep 2012 #17
I thought the film was interesting, being young today is very different from when I was growing up.

Exactly. :):):)

I watched Sponsoring with my class.

Ming the Merciless

Ming was based on real life characters which created Polish history!!!
boletus 30 | 1,366
6 Sep 2012 #18
Maksym Krzywonos, Krivonos. One German source said that he was of Scottish origin. In this case his real name may well have been not a nickname based on his crooked or broken nose, but a translation of his Scottish family name Cameron - this in turn possibly deriving from Gaelic cam ("crooked", "bent") and sròn ("nose"). [Both interpretations are not unique]
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
6 Sep 2012 #19
Wow. Outstanding research.

The film is With Fire and Sword, of course. :):):):)

Next: Polish actors
strzyga 2 | 993
7 Sep 2012 #20
Next:

That's easy, Quo vadis. According to Kawalerowicz, they had petunias in ancient Rome.

The two guys covered with foam - Seksmisja (obiekt niezidentyfikowany - papieros)

I wanted to put a scene from one of my favourite films but the image link includes the title. How to get around it? Do I need to copy it to some Image Shack or something similar?
boletus 30 | 1,366
7 Sep 2012 #21
I wanted to put a scene from one of my favourite films but the image link includes the title. How to get around it?

For small pictures: Just copy the image to your local disk. Optionally scale it down. Name it whatever you want it. Use the PF feature "attach file(s)". For large images you may need to use services of "Image Shack" or similar.

One of the most terrifying scenes in "Quo Vadis" was the martyrdom of Christians in the amphitheater.
- From the school notebooks
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
7 Sep 2012 #22
That's easy, Quo vadis.
The two guys covered with foam - Seksmisja (obiekt niezidentyfikowany - papieros)

Yes and yes:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quo_Vadis_%28novel%29

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seksmisja

I never have problems with finding unnamed shots from my fav films.
strzyga 2 | 993
8 Sep 2012 #23
Just copy the image to your local disk

Thanks!

I never have problems with finding unnamed shots from my fav films.

This one is not as popular as Miś ;)

Ok, here it goes:





OP pawian 176 | 15,197
8 Sep 2012 #24
Miś ;)

Yes!!!!! My cult comedy film!! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teddy_Bear_%28film%29

Ok, here it goes:

Shyt, it is difficult. Black and white film for kids about Satan? :)
strzyga 2 | 993
8 Sep 2012 #25
Black and white film for kids about Satan? :):):):)

more or less, although not necessarily for kids :)
It might be difficult, I know. Wonder if anybody else here has seen it.
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
8 Sep 2012 #26
Don`t say it is Heaven and Hell from 1966?
pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piek%C5%82o_i_Niebo
strzyga 2 | 993
8 Sep 2012 #27
Don`t say it is Heaven and Hell from 1966?

Yes, that's it. Congratulations ) I very much recommend watching it when you have a chance.

You've won the right to post the next one :)
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
8 Sep 2012 #28
Yes, that's it. Congratulations )

Shyt, I am clever!:):):)

Or not?? :):):) I only googled: Polish black and white film, Satan, Heaven, Hell, angel. That`s all.

Congratulations ) I very much recommend watching it when you have a chance.

That is extremely interesting, I thought I knew every film made in Poland, at least by the title. Somehow, that one escaped me. I can`t believe it.

You've won the right to post the next one :)

OK, let`s continue the topic of Satan and angels.

Hint: Made in 1990s.

Another hint: It was one of the first films on Divx CDs which I bought in a supermarket.


strzyga 2 | 993
8 Sep 2012 #29
Jan Jakub Kolski "Szabla od komendanta" (in English as Legacy of Steel).
The apple was an instant givewaway ;)
A great watch.
OP pawian 176 | 15,197
8 Sep 2012 #30
Yes!!! Not a masterpiece but a funny film.



Another hint: It was one of the first films on Divx CDs which I bought in a supermarket.

Next

It is somehow connected with Legacy of Steel. How? :):):):)


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