What Will You Do When You Catch Me? is a parody of comunist times in Poland. A state-owned company director is having an afair during his delegation. Later on, his mistress turns out to be ...
See full summary »
The main character is the manager of a sport club, nicknamed "Teddy Bear" by his friends and acquaintances. One day he is detained at the border just as his sport team is off to a ... See full summary »
Set in Warsaw in 1930's. After six years in jail, framed for bank robbery by an accomplice, the legendary Kwinto has only revenge on his mind. He is a safecracker in the old style, a thief ... See full summary »
Modest editor, has shipped his wife and kids for the weekend, and is trying to relax in his house at the outskirts of Warsaw. His quiet evening is only disturbed by the accidental forecast ... See full summary »
This comedy follows a young scientist in the contemporary world, who actually came from the world of dwarves, thanks to a magic potion, held by the Big Eater, ruler of the dwarves. The ... See full summary »
What Will You Do When You Catch Me? is a parody of comunist times in Poland. A state-owned company director is having an afair during his delegation. Later on, his mistress turns out to be the daughter of a Communist party bigwig and pregnant. He knows he'll have to marry her to save his reputation and his job. But divorce is never simple...
One day Mr. Krzakowski, the President of some state-owned company, believed to be replaced soon, gets to know that a girl is pregnant with him. He realizes that she is a daughter of some high officer in the state. He wants to marry her to keep his job, but first he must get a divorce. He uses anything and anybody he can to find a proof of his wife's infidelity.
The movie, made by the same author as _Mis (1981)_, has the similar concept. The characteristic for communistic regime hierarchy of officers, in which anybody knows his/her place. Nobody wants to work for anybody else, everybody is disparaged by those who are higher than him. Lots of funny jokes, gags, however, some of them can be understood only by people who lived in those times.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this