"Atak Paniki": just fucking great movie, one of the best Polish movies i watched this year so far, better even than "Cicha Noc". I was watching it without even a second of boredom, great dialogues, great directing, great scenes, great acting, great screenplay. The movie is multi-layered: 95% of the movie is happening in 6 independent plot-spheres, it jumps from one story to another and increases emotional engagement of the viewer all the time. I really really liked it, the score 9/10
can i get english dubs
I just browsed the movie site and no information about English-subtitled version yet. The movie is officially released in Poland 19.01.2018, but i watched it today because Cinema City made pre-premiere show.
I'll watch it when there's subs.
that is what polish sounds like
khut dakh min nam ar henk wer ar de frikadeller
That's what you sound like.
So now you admit it!
>dark hair dark eyes
Are these real Poles or Turks, so I can know whether to be triggered
>another generic 'comedy' about warsaw middle class yuppies 99% of the country can't even relate to
>people are cursring all the tiem xD KURWA !KURWA! KURWA!. hehehe it's funny innit? XD
Yeah, nah, fuck off.
You didn't watch the movie, i did, so shut up. It is a great movie, and all social classes are shown in it.
polish movie cant be good
I watch around 40-50 movies in cinema / month now, including productions from other countries, so i can compare. You probably can't.
By the way, i watched also around 20 minutes of "Narzeczony na niby" today, but it was indeed a generic comedy like "Listy do M", so i left the cinema-hall.
The last film I genuinely liked was 'Sztuka Kochania' tbqh fam
Great story, inderasting choice of cast, cosy rural PRL climate, a lot of sexings, Kubasińska's music... I give it stronk 7/10
I love watching movies. So far i was doing it at home, but since i became an owner of the Unlimited Card, i watch them only in the cinema now, because i don't pay for tickets.
> Great story, inderasting choice of cast, cosy rural PRL climate, a lot of sexings, Kubasińska's music... I give it stronk 7/10
If you like movies about communist Poland, i can recommend "Dom Zły" (2009) and "Różyczka" (2010). First movie is a crime story settled in times of gray and depressing communist times, and second one is about a communist secret service Jewish-Polish SB officer who is responsible for initiating 1968 campaign to "kick out" Jews from Poland.
How do you find time to watch almost 2 movies per day, atlanta? Do you have a life?
Sometimes i watch 5 movies / day, sometimes 1 movie / day. I work 8 hours / day, 5 days / week, so i have a lot of time to watch movies.