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Szczęście świata (Szczęście świata) (2016)

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Mateusz Lickindorf Mateusz Lickindorf
Young Harald
Agata Kulesza Agata Kulesza
Gertruda
Dorota Segda Dorota Segda
Klara
Kamil Tkacz Kamil Tkacz
Kamil


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1 year, 2 months ago at Feb 12 23:02
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the multilateral motionpicture of interpersonal relations, the inhabitants of one Silesian tenement house, where Polish, Silesian and German relations collide, inter-war and post-war sadness, Nazism and a feeling of Stalinism collide, and sex-appeal with passion without cover.the film is an æsthetic tinsel, a treat, but probably not the Happiness to which we'll be coming back for years. Still app... read more
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Release date: 23 December 2016
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Georgini voted for a review of Szczęście świata 1 year, 2 months ago

“the multilateral motionpicture of interpersonal relations, the inhabitants of one Silesian tenement house, where Polish, Silesian and German relations”

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

“the multilateral motionpicture of interpersonal relations, the inhabitants of one Silesian tenement house, where Polish, Silesian and German relations”

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Henny posted a review 1 year, 2 months ago

“the multilateral motionpicture of interpersonal relations, the inhabitants of one Silesian tenement house, where Polish, Silesian and German relations collide, inter-war and post-war sadness, Nazism and a feeling of Stalinism collide, and sex-appeal with passion without cover.the film is an æsthetic tinsel, a treat, but probably not the Happiness to which we'll be coming back for years. Still appreciating the director's ambitions and their effect.

Karolina Gruszka played Rose and it's difficult to take your eyes off the character. Purely external beauty would not do the whole thing, but Rose radiates a strange kinogenic glow, a kind of internal light, which is innocence itself, carefree, pure charm. Alluring, perfumed, in a satin dressing gown, with a glass of wine in her hand s” read more

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