How Much Does the Trojan Horse Weigh?
At 40, Zosia (Ilona Ostrowska) has a happy second marriage, a well-adjusted daughter, a good career, and a comfortable home in Warsaw. But as she and her family usher in the year 2000, she wishes some things in her youth had happened differently, and she's magically transported back to 1987, when she was still married to her womanizing first husband, Darek (Robert Więckiewicz) and lived in the People's Republic of Poland.
- Stars:Ilona Ostrowska, Maciej Marczewski, Robert Wieckiewicz, Danuta Szaflarska, Maja Ostaszewska, Sylwia Dziorek, Katarzyna Kwiatkowska, Michal Zielinski, Magdalena Waligórska, Weronika Ksiazkiewicz, Malgorzata Buczkowska, Andrzej Mlynarczyk, Tomasz Schimscheiner, Agnieszka Mandat-Grabka, Grzegorz Lukawski,
- Director:Juliusz Machulski,
- Writer:Juliusz Machulski
At 40, Zosia (Ilona Ostrowska) has a happy second marriage, a well-adjusted daughter, a good career, and a comfortable home in Warsaw. But as she and her family usher in the year 2000, she wishes some things in her youth had happened differently, and she's magically transported back to 1987, when she was still married to her womanizing first husband, Darek (Robert Więckiewicz) and lived in the People's Republic of Poland. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
How Much Does the Trojan Horse Weigh? torrent reviews
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(mx) wrote: good movie, a little slow and boring, but has some good discussions. Academic movie/movie for academics (like me)
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(de) wrote: 2.5/10. I will give it this for uniqueness - there are not too many sci-fi armageddon movie with nuns as main characters. This was lame when I saw it in the 1970's, and is even worse now. Very dated, bad score, lethargic acting. I always wondered what happened to Sue Lyon....
(de) wrote: this is best book movie since harry potter.
(ag) wrote: This was so cool! The cast was actually pretty good and I enjoyed it.