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Fuks (1999)

Two broken, police, destruction of property by arson with an explosive charge, stealing a car. Not bad for one night. Such is the balance of Alex's eighteenth birthday - the main hero of the film.

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Maciej Dutkiewicz
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Agnieszka Krukówna ... Sonia
Maciej Stuhr ... Aleks
Janusz Gajos ... Policeman
Adam Ferency ... Tadeusz / gangster
Stanislawa Celinska ... Mrs. Poznanska
Tomasz Dedek ... The Woman
Gabriela Kownacka ... Mother
Krzysztof Stelmaszyk ... Doctor Kobuz
Dariusz Kordek ... Surgeon
Ewa Salacka ... Zosia / Secretary
Witold Wielinski ... Bodyguard
Joon-ho Lee Joon-ho Lee ... Korean Guy (as Lee Joon Ho)
Chung Weon Cha Chung Weon Cha ... Korean Guy
Cezary Kosinski ... Room Servant
Slawomir Holland ... Policeman
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Storyline

Aleks was just eighteen. He celebrated his birthday day unbelievably: he fired an explosive, stole a car, helped to break up two police cars. He is not a hooligan, though. He implements crafty intrigue to take revenge on the man he hates. He intends to steal from the thick cash of the well-known businessman gangster Tadeusz, who is known to run dirty business. Sonia helps him in the implementation of the plan - Tadeusz's secretary who works in the enemy company. It turns out that Tadeusz is the father of Alex. Aleks' policeman comes in and follows every step of the boy. Written by lament

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Country:

Poland

Language:

Polish

Release Date:

20 August 1999 (Poland) See more »

Also Known As:

Fluke See more »

Filming Locations:

Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland

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Dolby SR

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A sweet refreshing comedy
18 July 2006 | by denis888See all my reviews

What a nice film! Polish films are often either too gloomy or too funny. This one is really very sweet and refreshing, so it doesn't make you think hard or look for hidden messages. A very simple story about a crook (played by Aadam Ferency), his wayward son (played by Stuhr Jnr), their strange relations. plus love story, plus a theft of money from Dad's safe. Plus some other funny dialogs, complications, beatings and kisses. But the best part here goes every time when Janusz Gaios, playing a policeman, comes in. He is so convincing, so fresh and good, that I simply waited for every scene with his participation. Even in the small scene where he sits in his car eating, a colleague of his calls him asking for some help, but Gaios simply answers "I am not here, I am dead", continuing his snack ... but the facial expression, the intonation are so marvelous! Watch it if you think that Poles cannot make lightweight and highly entertaining films.


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