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  Calls Controlled - Rozmowy Kontrolowane DVD [DV241]

Calls Controlled - Rozmowy Kontrolowane DVD [DV241]

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Popular writer-actor Stanislaw Tym returns to the screen as Ryszard Ochodzki, the role that made him famous in the hit comedy THE BEAR. When Colonel Molibden of the secret service asks Ryszard to infiltrate Solidarity, a series of misadventures inadvertently turns him into a hero for the legendary union movement. An angry Molibden, played by prominent Polish actor Krzysztof Kowalewski, decides to destroy Ryszard before his own career is ruined. Dressed in drag, poor Ryszard makes a run for it to Sweden. Set in Poland during martial law in 1981, this amusing satire effectively mocks both sides of the political conflict.

Jedna z glosniejszych komedii wsplczesnych. Okazuje sie, ze my tez umiemy smiac sie z wlasnych przywar. Komedia, ktora obraca w zart nasze narodowe stereotypy, bogoojczyzniane uniesienia i skrzeczaca powszedniosc. Doskonala zabawa.

Cast: Stanislaw Tym, Irena Kwiatkowska, Alina Janowska, Krzysztof Kowalewski, and Artur Barcis. Directed by Sylwester Checinski.

1991, Color, 94 mins.

In Polish with English Subtitles (optional)

 

 

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Richard J.Brzostek - 05/01/2007 5 of 5 Stars!
The mishaps of our hero Ryszard Ochodzki continue, June 24, 2006 "Rozmowy Kontrolowane" is the sequel to the much-loved film "Mis," which poked fun of life in Communist Poland in the 1970s. It is made 10 years after "Mis" (1981), but the sequel shows us the mishaps of our hero Ryszard Ochodzki in 1981. This film is absolutely fun and I loved it. Stanislaw Tym plays the role of Ochodzki again and brings us just as many laughs as he did the first time. This time, Ryszard gets himself in a mess between the Communists and the Solidarity movement. He is pressured by a Communist to join the Solidarity movement, and with a few mix-ups, he ends up being an outlaw Solidarity hero. He unintentionally destroys a Russian tank and ends up being sought after by both the Police and military. The humor wasn't really making fun of communists or solidarity, but this is the setting for the film. Ryszard's life on the run as a fugitive is hilarious. Another difference between the two films is that Stanislaw Bareja directed "Mis," who passed away before the sequel was made. "Rozmowy Kontrolowane" is directed by Sylwester Checinski, who is probably most famous for the classic comedy "Sami Swoi" (1967). All things considered, "Rozmowy Kontrolowane" ranks among my favorite Polish comedies. It is an enjoyable film that captures the magic of the 80s with its music and atmosphere. I highly recommend it if you want a comedy full of random silliness and ridiculous situations.
Richard Brzostek - 08/11/2006 5 of 5 Stars!
"Rozmowy Kontrolowane" is the sequel to the much-loved film "Mis," which poked fun of life in Communist Poland in the 1970s. It is made 10 years after "Mis" (1981), but the sequel shows us the mishaps of our hero Ryszard Ochodzki in 1981. This film is absolutely fun and I loved it. Stanislaw Tym plays the role of Ochodzki again and brings us just as many laughs as he did the first time. This time, Ryszard gets himself in a mess between the Communists and the Solidarity movement. He is pressured by a Communist to join the Solidarity movement, and with a few mix-ups, he ends up being an outlaw Solidarity hero. He unintentionally destroys a Russian tank and ends up being sought after by both the Police and military. The humor wasn't really making fun of communists or solidarity, but this is the setting for the film. Ryszard's life on the run as a fugitive is hilarious. Another difference between the two films is that Stanislaw Bareja directed "Mis," who passed away before the sequel was made. "Rozmowy Kontrolowane" is directed by Sylwester Checinski, who is probably most famous for the classic comedy "Sami Swoi" (1967). All things considered, "Rozmowy Kontrolowane" ranks among my favorite Polish comedies. It is an enjoyable film that captures the magic of the 80s with its music and atmosphere. I highly recommend it if you want a comedy full of random silliness and ridiculous situations.
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