Polnische Ostern (2011)

  |  Comedy, Drama


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Grumpy baker Grabosch can't bear the thought that his granddaughter, now that her mother has died, will live with her Polish father. He must get Mathilda back, by all means.


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26 June 2017 | alexfromhorn
10
| Excellent drama-comedy
This movie is about a grumpy grandpa with many prejudices about Poland. Yet his granddaughter that lives with him is half polish. Her polish loving father reappears and wants the custody for her and get's it and takes her from Germany to Poland. The grandpa is angry and not able to understand how the youth welfare office could allow that. So he visits her and gets confronted with a different Poland than he had imagined but he is stubborn and grumpy and tries many shady actions and well the trouble continues. A very charming, thoughtful movie persiflaging the negative stereotypes that Germans have about Poland giving a fresh interesting view to a very close minded person. The acting is great, the drama and the thoughtful and funny moments fuse into a very entertaining and heart warming movie that I can only recommend.

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Soundtracks

Narkolove
By
Dirk Dresselhaus, Mary Komasa
Voice: Mary Komasa
Cello: Hildur Guðnadóttir
Accordion: Martin Wenk
Other instruments: Dirk Dresselhaus

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Comedy | Drama

Details

Release Date:

12 May 2011

Language

German, Polish


Country of Origin

Germany, Poland

Filming Locations

Czestochowa, Slaskie, Poland

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$237,048

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