October 1934. Poland. Famous bank robber Kwinto decided to quit his dangerous criminal job, but after his friend's death, he changed his mind and organized a burglary of famous and well protected bank which belonged to his former partner in crime, backstabbing and double-crossing Kramer. Kwinto designs a clever plan not to only rob the Kramer's bank but to make it look like Kramer himself did it.
- Stars:Jan Machulski, Leonard Pietraszak, Witold Pyrkosz, Ewa Szykulska, Krzysztof Kiersznowski, Zdzislaw Kuzniar, Józef Para, Elzbieta Zajacówna, Jacek Chmielnik, Zofia Graziewicz, Henryk Bista, Janusz Michalowski, Leon Niemczyk, Wlodzimierz Musial, Lena Wilczynska,
- Director:Juliusz Machulski,
- Writer:Juliusz Machulski
Set in Warsaw in 1930's. After six years in jail, framed for bank robbery by an accomplice, the legendary Kwinto has only revenge on his mind. He is a safecracker in the old style, a thief ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: A film that aspiring filmmakers and moviegoers alike MUST see.Whether we like to admit it or not, the MPAA decides how well your movie will do with audiences, and this is a very ripe, informational take on just how they quite literally rape your movie to get it to what they deem acceptable, regardless of popular opinion.By far one of the greatest documentaries ever made.
(br) wrote: Worth finding and watching!
(au) wrote: Delgo asks its viewers not only to go into this flick with a suspension of disbelief but a suspension of their memories as well. Even to those of us who have permanantly ruined our short term memory with one too many Vodka Trotskies, the plot is all too familiar. That is not, of course, the ulitmate sin, just look at Avatars ratings. The animation is too reminiscent of video game cut scenes or a Saturday morning television from the late nineties for my taste. This is not, of course, the ultimate sin either. Delgo never commits the utlimate sin, but it does commit too many little sins along the way. I'm sure Delgo was made with the best of intentions, but we all know where that leads, and somebody definetly went to hell for this one.
(ag) wrote: This is a beautifully shot and engaging short French thriller about voyeurism.
(it) wrote: Great movie. I had no idea how harsh teachers could really be... I mean, come on! Is it even possible for a teacher to have done those things? That one teacher was like one of those people in old times that whipped prisoners and threw them into dungeons... Anyways, loved this movie. It had 2 of my most favoritest actors ever: Mary Stuart MAsterson and Andrew McCarthy. =P
(ag) wrote: John Sayles first, even all these years later on a low, low, low budget is still intriguing and fun. Some of it is far fetched, but love seeing Joe Morton trundling around Harlem, the subways, and NYC. The two pursuing white aliens are a hoot, I'm amazed someone hasn't duplicated that in another flick yet.
(fr) wrote: It seems this was always regarded as the 'best' of the Annette and Frankie beach movies by some - I'd hate to see the worst! More of a time capsule than a comedy, this innocent piece of fluff will invoke nostalgia (for those old enough to remember those times) rather than genuine laughs. Most of the chuckles comes from the original master of snark, Paul Lynde. Screenplay resembles the plot from an Archie comic book, something to do with Linda Evans as a singer kidnapped by inept motorcycle gangleader Eric Von Zipper (Lembeck), who engages in more comic pratfalls than a Hanna-Barbara character (complete with sound effects). Frankie and Annette end up proving their faithfulness by jumping out of an airplane, and oh yeah, there's a bit about a guy who falls in love with a mermaid (far out!) Probably the whitest cast in the history of film, but at least it has Bobbi Shaw in a fur-lined bikini!
(ag) wrote: The life of a femme fatale hasn't been this intriguing since Sharon Stone graced the screen in Basic Instinct. Linda Fiorentino provides her sultry voice and black widow-like figure to the role of Bridget Gregory. She's a tough broad who uses her feminine wilds to get what she wants. She's strictly amoral, as are most of the characters in the film, and utterly self centered. It appears this is more of a survival mechanism. To any femme fatale, it's always about one thing: Financial security (and free from any male counter part). A mate to a femme fatale is like a life sentence. They'd prefer jail than spend time with a man. She does, however, need men to further her schemes if she ever wants that peace of mind. So she hooks up with a doctor named Clay and somehow gets him involved in scoring a drug deal. It turns out to be a success with $700,000 in tow. She quickly high tails it out of there while he takes a shower. Clay is righteously pissed at these turn of events and seeks her out immediately with a private dick on her trail.She heads to Chicago and stops off in a small town where she meets her next conquest. His name is Mike and he becomes her sex object. Mike increasingly doesn't enjoy it since his feelings keep getting in the way of her nympho urges. He likes her and is utterly smitten with her. He's the perfect fly in her web of deceit. Bridget consults with her lawyer on the matter of the money and discovers that Clay has sent a private detective. She takes up a fake name, works at an insurance company and settles in the small town while banging Mike constantly. This detective becomes easily dispatched by way of a perfect telephone poll "accident". She figures that Clay will send another and he does. So the best course of action would be to get rid of Clay. How she does this would require all of her cunning in getting the sex toy Mike to go along with being implicated (while never really knowing that he'd be implicated) in murdering Clay. She's a devilish thing for sure. I remember seeing this film on Cinemax one night when I was a little bit younger than I am now. I don't know what impression it had on me then. I guess because it was something that had sex in it and was late at night got me intrigued. Now, having seen it again after a loooong time, it's quite good. The sex scenes still hold up. Not too steamy, but erotic enough to enjoy. Linda Fiorentino received many praises from critics for her performance and she would've gotten an Oscar nomination if the film wasn't sent directly to t.v. A bummer for Linda, but she luckily scored an Independent Film Award for Best Actress at the time.Overall, If I was Bridget's sex monkey I would do anything for her. Even if it means that I'll end up in prison for the rest of my life for murder, it would be so worth it. The End.