Angelo and Kasia met in Italy in the Focolare Movement where their love and faith in God brought them together. Their relationship's in broken by the girl's return to Poland and her ... See full summary »
What happens to film characters after the film is made, has had its run in the theaters and been filed away in our memories? To find the answer, Zanussi takes the young star of his last ... See full summary »
Jan and Marek used to study physics together but after graduation their paths were different. Jan got married and moved to the countryside. Marek stayed in Warsaw and now wants to persuade Jan to follow his path.
A young engineer is called back home, which he had left years before. The house is a crumbling, old mansion in which his father still works, illegally distilling vodka, much of which he ... See full summary »
It's a bit strange, but I would like to comment on the synopsis by gleap1. Be aware -- there are a lot of serious mistakes (who plays which part) in it!!! First passage from the synopsis: "Wiktor is having trouble with his consulate staff back at the embassy. He knows the Consul (Remo Girone) is filing derogatory reports about him to Warsaw and returns to the embassy to find the Consul sitting at the ambassador's desk." It's not Remo Girone, but Jerzy Stuhr, who plays Radca, the attaché in Polish Embassy! Second passage from the synopsis: "A second Consul (Andrzej Chyra), sponsored by Wiktor, arrives with his beautiful Russian wife, Radca (Jerzy Stuhr)" New consul's wife's name is Oksana, role played by Maria Bekker. On the other hand, the first comment (from India) puts everything right. And I can agree, the film is really very impressive and intelligently fine.
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