|Richard Brzostek - 08/11/2006
"Seksmisja" is practically a classic in Polish cinema. Although it is known to be a comedy, it is also science fiction. Made in 1984, Seksmisja is not one of your loaded with special effects films. It has relatively simple sets and effects that might resemble the original Star Trek, but this does add a unique flavor to the humor. Seeing women on rollerskates and using slides to get around in a futuristic world is amusing.
The story is about two men who are cytogenetically frozen and wake up in a strange world. It is an underground city in a post World War III world. But even more shocking is that there are no men. The two men are now captives in a world of women.
I have nothing but high praise for this movie and ranks among one of my favorite Polish films I ever watched. It so ingeniously blends an interesting story with humor that will make you laugh as well as think on some of the political commentary mixed into the story on the dangers of radical feminism. To top it off, most of the women in this world are nice to look at making it difficult to ask for anything more.
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