The relationship between Anna (Agnieszka Wiedtocha) and Tomej (Maciej Stuhr) is experiencing a considerable crisis. He, the showman-BN'er, does not intend to settle down at all. On the other hand, she wants that very much.
Fear, anger, sadness, joy, disgust, jealousy, shame. Adas Miauczynski returns to his childhood, when - like most of us - he had a big problem with naming the accompanying emotions. To ... See full summary »
Tomek and Ania finally decide to get married. The wedding, according to the wishes of Ania, will take place at the family members of Tomek with whom he has had no contact for years. It ... See full summary »
"Their Lucky Stars" is a charming summer-holiday-vibe story of love that appears in unexpected circumstances. The peaceful and organized life of Robert (Piotr Adamczyk), a symphony ... See full summary »
Metaphysical thriller, which takes place in a retro-futuristic world. His characters get caught up in an intricate, dark intrigue in which nothing is as it seems, and a series of dramatic events leads to a completely surprising final.
Three Catholic priests meet to celebrate the anniversary of an event which could have taken their lives. Their experiences and motivations to serve as priests are extremely different, and soon each of them will have to face new challenges.
Entertaining Christmas rom-com in the style of Love Actually
This Polish production is a Christmas movie in the style of Love Actually, an ensemble cast of characters involved in smaller, interconnected stories, most of which involve romance between love interests or married couples. I'm a Christmas-movie aficionado and found this far more entertaining than most of what Hallmark puts out each year, but I wouldn't say it's anything particularly special or on par with Love Actually itself. But I would watch it again, which is saying a lot.
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