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Random movies (not Polish) proposed by forum users


Rosyjska 2 | 10
22 Dec 2010  #1
Морозко, Mrazik movie (video)

I found this movie, that i had loved as a child in Russia. The name of the movie is Морозко (Morozko) but in Polish its called Mrazik. Its amazing to hear the translation from Russian to Polish :) I'm posting it for anyone who is interested, it is a fairly long movie and it is very VERY old. Below I'll post the link for the Polish version, and below that link i'll post the link for the origonal Russian version. Enjoy :)

Польский (Polish): youtube.com/watch?v=88mPDb61Mes

Note: the polish one still has the starting and ending credits written in Russian, but the language spoken in the movie itself is Polish.
Borrka 37 | 594
22 Dec 2010  #2
Mrazik is by no means Polish.
And more - my parents had a Soviet fridge "Morozko" LOL.
convex 20 | 3,978
22 Dec 2010  #3
Thanks for that. It's interesting that lektor wasn't employed. When did lektor start showing up instead of dubbing/subtitles?
OP Rosyjska 2 | 10
22 Dec 2010  #4
Oh dear im sorry! I was told it was Polish haha. I guess i was wrong. My mistake! and LOL Soviet fridge!
What languge is the other one in than? I cant recognise to me it sounds like Polish... lol.

When did lektor start showing up instead of dubbing/subtitles?

And i'm not exactly sure.
mafketis 19 | 6,858
22 Dec 2010  #5
The version you linked isn't Polish, it's Czech (or Slovak?)

While Polish film practice was influenced by Russia (lektor) Czechs being more influenced perhaps by Germany prefer dubbing (as do I).
OP Rosyjska 2 | 10
22 Dec 2010  #6
Yeah that was my mistake, i feel like an idiot now haha. But thank you anyway :)
convex 20 | 3,978
22 Dec 2010  #7
While Polish film practice was influenced by Russia (lektor) Czechs being more influence perhaps by Germany prefer dubbing (as do I).

Is our good friend lektor also used in Russia?
mafketis 19 | 6,858
22 Dec 2010  #8
Is our good friend lektor also used in Russia?

It's from Russia.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gavrilov_translation#In_Russia
OP Rosyjska 2 | 10
23 Dec 2010  #9
I played this movie for my daughter lastnight. (In Russian) She absloutely loved it. Which made me happy :)
Crow 136 | 7,382
16 Apr 2015  #10
Merged: Polish custom worker in Serbian movie `Balkan Express`

a comedy and parody on WWII

These are the best scenes from the movie Balkan Express. Story is about `Balkan Express` music orchestra band, which members do have contacts with black market but are also patriots. Anyway, on these scenes they saving Polish custom worker who is hunted by Nazis, in occupied Serbia. Some members at first complaint why would they save a Pole (and risk to lose heads by the Germans), when is much more profitable to save life of English or American pilots. In any case, they taking Polish custom worker under their protection, while the Pole constantly drive them crazy because wants to join to resistance movement and to fight against Germans. So, they hold a Pole locked in basement, while he constantly escapes. At the end, Polish custom worker joined to `orchestra` in their black market activities. Finally, they all escapes to Casablanca.

Balkan Ekspres 2 - Najbolje scene 2 - Poljski carinik ! - Polish custom worker saved by Serbs during WWII


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