Jak to sie robi (1974)

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Two complete amateurs - a screenwriter and a director - meet by chance on a train to the mountain resort of Zakopane. They decide they need to make a film together and kick off by looking for the lead actress.


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7 November 2015 | majdo007
| For fans of Maklakiewicz and Himilsbach
They have got Monty Python we have got this. It is a production based on cheesy dialogues and apparent lack of advanced plot. Two main characters meet in the train going to Zakopane - a Polish town know for mountain tourist business. They figure out that they could try to make a movie. They stay in a resort where they comically try to blend with the rest during meal. In the search for the characters they acquaint local women. Like said, the production is quite cheesy and based mostly on dialogues rather than action. Hence, to me the movie starts well but gets boring in the last 20 minutes. Humour is based on absurd and may be not very well received by some. What I did not like was annoying character played by Halina Kowalska. To summarise it is a pretty good movie but rather for the fans of this gender.

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