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The relationship between Anna (Agnieszka Wiedtocha) and Tomej (Maciej Stuhr) is experiencing a considerable crisis. He, the showman-BN'er, does not intend to settle down at all. On the other hand, she wants that very much.
Extremely artificial, unnatural acting with a few of the famous-in- the-past Polish actors, who were completely unfit to this film. Moreover, and this is just my opinion, the presence of Zbigniew Zamachowski in this production is a total disgrace to his career. What's also annoying, there are several product placements filmed in such a straightforward way that it's just hilarious - Polish directors simply 'cannot into product placement'.
Almost no background music makes this film really serious, while it's supposed to be a comedy. Altogether, we watch a serious film, dealing with serious problems, with just some funny accents. To be honest, I watched this film with my wife, who really likes comedies, and neither me, nor her laughed even once. That's because the film is full of fake drama and visibly fake, exaggerated emotions, which leads to characters acting as if they were in a cartoon. Simply embarrassing...
Finally, either I'm stupid, or the film doesn't have any moral at the end. It isn't even a story - just a plot twist, after plot twist, after another twist. Some of the characters' stories are resolved, others lead nowhere. It's easy to get lost, so the most advisable thing is to start trying to enjoy the moving picture instead of trying to understand what's happening on the screen. Since the title would translate to '7 things that you don't know about men' and there are several male characters, one could expect that each male character represents one thing that you don't know about him. Nope, that's not the case. There are just six men, six paths of lives, six simple stories.
To say the least, I'm disappointed and want my two hours back. The film isn't very popular, so if you have read this, please leave your feedback. Thanks!
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