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Playground (Plac zabaw) (2016)

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Michalina Swistun Michalina Swistun
Gabrysia Wolska
Anita Jancia Anita Jancia
Gabrysia's mother
Malgorzata Olczyk Malgorzata Olczyk
Czarek's mother
Marta Grabysz Marta Grabysz
Headmaster
Joanna Kurek Joanna Kurek
Teatcher
Lena Gruszka Lena Gruszka
Lenka
Amelia Slawik Amelia Slawik
Schoolgirl


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1 year, 2 months ago at Feb 12 22:00
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in a country known for its strong family values and Catholicism comes the debut feature of Bartosz M Kowalski who slowly constructs a story so doom-laden and harrowing it will stay for a very long time. It brings to mind the tragedy of toddler Jamie Bulger who disappeared from a Liverpool shopping centre in 1993, never to be seen again.

Bartosz M. Kowalski โ€™s minimal approach to h... read more
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Release date: 18 November 2016
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Georgini voted for a review of Playground 1 year, 2 months ago

“in a country known for its strong family values and Catholicism comes the debut feature of Bartosz M Kowalski who slowly constructs a story so doom-l”

kathy voted for a review of Playground 1 year, 2 months ago

“in a country known for its strong family values and Catholicism comes the debut feature of Bartosz M Kowalski who slowly constructs a story so doom-l”

Henny posted a review 1 year, 2 months ago

“in a country known for its strong family values and Catholicism comes the debut feature of Bartosz M Kowalski who slowly constructs a story so doom-laden and harrowing it will stay for a very long time. It brings to mind the tragedy of toddler Jamie Bulger who disappeared from a Liverpool shopping centre in 1993, never to be seen again.

Bartosz M. Kowalski โ€™s minimal approach to his co-scripted subject matter is laudable as he explores, in a rather ominous tone, the early days of summer for a couple of pubescent boys as they kick over the traces of boyhood in the final term at junior school. Impressively performed , this thriller throws up a number of question marks about the future of underprivileged teens in Poland who have clearly not benefited from the spoils of EU e” read more

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