Watched Polish Movies

Directed by Malgorzata Szumowska.  With Malgorzata Bela, Marek Walczewski, Teresa Budzisz-Krzyzanowska, Barbara Kurzaj. A pregnant 22-year-old with a dreary job, a difficult home life and an absent boyfriend learns to love her life and share this love with the child in her womb.

Stranger (2004)

Directed by Malgorzata Szumowska. With Malgorzata Bela, Marek Walczewski, Teresa Budzisz-Krzyzanowska, Barbara Kurzaj. A pregnant 22-year-old with a dreary job, a difficult home life and an absent boyfriend learns to love her life and share this love with the child in her womb.

Directed by Andrzej Wajda.  With Daniel Olbrychski, Wojciech Pszoniak, Andrzej Seweryn, Anna Nehrebecka. At the turn of the century, Lodz, Poland was a quick-paced manufacturing center for textiles, replete with cutthroat industrialists and unsafe working conditions. Three young friends, a Pole, a Jew and a German, pool their money together to build a factory. The movie follows their ruthless pursuit of fortune.

The Promised Land (1975)

Directed by Andrzej Wajda. With Daniel Olbrychski, Wojciech Pszoniak, Andrzej Seweryn, Anna Nehrebecka. At the turn of the century, Lodz, Poland was a quick-paced manufacturing center for textiles, replete with cutthroat industrialists and unsafe working conditions. Three young friends, a Pole, a Jew and a German, pool their money together to build a factory. The movie follows their ruthless pursuit of fortune.

Directed by Konrad Niewolski.  With Arkadiusz Detmer, Andrzej Chyra, Janusz Bukowski, Marcin Jedrzejewski. A man falsely accused of assaulting an old woman tries to adapt to his new life in prison.

Symetria (2003)

Directed by Konrad Niewolski. With Arkadiusz Detmer, Andrzej Chyra, Janusz Bukowski, Marcin Jedrzejewski. A man falsely accused of assaulting an old woman tries to adapt to his new life in prison.

Directed by Marek Koterski.  With Cezary Pazura, Marek Kondrat, Ewa Blaszczyk, Henryk Bista. Tracks the hilariously bumbling, calamity-ridden life of director Adam Miauczynski. Both his career and his romantic relationships are suffering, but, since his total lack of common sense is at the root of his problems, he has no idea how to set things right again.

Nic smiesznego (1995)

Directed by Marek Koterski. With Cezary Pazura, Marek Kondrat, Ewa Blaszczyk, Henryk Bista. Tracks the hilariously bumbling, calamity-ridden life of director Adam Miauczynski. Both his career and his romantic relationships are suffering, but, since his total lack of common sense is at the root of his problems, he has no idea how to set things right again.

Directed by Filip Bajon.  With Krystyna Janda, Katarzyna Figura, Maja Ostaszewska, Wladyslaw Kowalski.

Panie Dulskie (2015)

Directed by Filip Bajon. With Krystyna Janda, Katarzyna Figura, Maja Ostaszewska, Wladyslaw Kowalski.

Directed by Grzegorz Braun, Robert Kaczmarek.  With Wojciech Jaruzelski, Grzegorz Braun, Vladimir Bukovsky, Slawomir Cenckiewicz.

Directed by Grzegorz Braun, Robert Kaczmarek. With Wojciech Jaruzelski, Grzegorz Braun, Vladimir Bukovsky, Slawomir Cenckiewicz.

Directed by Robert Glinski.  With Aleksandra Gietner, Karolina Sobczak, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Malgorzata Rozniatowska. A sensitive teenage girl from a poor family befriends a cynical schoolmate, who shows her how to smoke, drink, have sex and steal. Tereska's life heads towards a catastrophe.

Hi, Tereska (2001)

Directed by Robert Glinski. With Aleksandra Gietner, Karolina Sobczak, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Malgorzata Rozniatowska. A sensitive teenage girl from a poor family befriends a cynical schoolmate, who shows her how to smoke, drink, have sex and steal. Tereska's life heads towards a catastrophe.

Directed by Marek Koterski.  With Cezary Pazura, Katarzyna Figura, Zbigniew Buczkowski, Jan Jurewicz.

Ajlawju (1999)

Directed by Marek Koterski. With Cezary Pazura, Katarzyna Figura, Zbigniew Buczkowski, Jan Jurewicz.

Directed by Olaf Lubaszenko.  With Maciej Stuhr, Cezary Pazura, Michal Milowicz, Miroslaw Zbrojewicz. A satirical look at the gangsters of Poland and some teens who accidentally get involved with them.

Chlopaki nie placza (2000)

Directed by Olaf Lubaszenko. With Maciej Stuhr, Cezary Pazura, Michal Milowicz, Miroslaw Zbrojewicz. A satirical look at the gangsters of Poland and some teens who accidentally get involved with them.

Directed by Marek Koterski.  With Marek Kondrat, Janina Traczykówna, Andrzej Grabowski, Michal Koterski. 24 hours in the bitter life of a frustrated divorced teacher who stays in the vicious circle of his numerous obsessions.

Dzien swira (2002)

Directed by Marek Koterski. With Marek Kondrat, Janina Traczykówna, Andrzej Grabowski, Michal Koterski. 24 hours in the bitter life of a frustrated divorced teacher who stays in the vicious circle of his numerous obsessions.

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