The Birch Wood
Takes place in a prewar Poland. A tubercular young man comes to stay with his brother on a farm. He is in love with life and constantly plays 1930's music on a piano. He gets involved with his brother's problems and also becomes the lover of a simpleminded farm girl. The brother's dead wife may have had an affair with the hired man who is to marry the farm girl. His daughter will not confirm his suspicions. But the brother's death leads to his acceptance of the past, forgiving his wife's memory and making up with his little daughter.
- Stars:Olgierd Lukaszewicz, Daniel Olbrychski, Emilia Krakowska, Marek Perepeczko, Elzbieta Zolek, Danuta Wodynska, Mieczyslaw Stoor, Alina Szpak, Jan Domanski, Andrzej Kotkowski, Jerzy Oblamski, Jerzy Próchnicki, Irena Skwierczynska,
- Director:Andrzej Wajda,
- Writer:Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz (short story), Andrzej Wajda
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The Birch Wood torrent reviews
(es) wrote: mizerna produkcija, kako vo shutka da e snimen, edvaj do pola izdrzav...
(mx) wrote: An odd mix of dumb-porn-star comedy and heart-felt-ish drama. Despite the large number of woman characters, they hardly seemed a representative selection, and the movie seemed to trivialize them and their problems. Felt like it was made by men for...I'm not exactly sure who, as I assume men would prefer there was actually porn in it. I mean, I would have. It was a little entertaining, but not really a good movie. Oh, and I would not have guessed this was supposed to be some tribute to Almodovar, because it isn't remotely similar in tone or in having a real plot or anything else.
(kr) wrote: Well, it was a novel concept. To be honest, the only reason I decided to watch it is because it had James Marsters in it! It would have been OK, had they not stolen the smoke monster from LOST.
(ru) wrote: I haven't read the book but the documentary, man this guy was resourceful. Very few people like him these days. His narrating voice may boast that of Morgan Freeman.
(ag) wrote: There is no posible way (in mine or most people's imagination) to end such a marvelous trilogy. Not losing even a tiny bit of its charm, the movie feels as fresh and funny as the first one, talking specially to those who grew up with it, it won't leave outsiders without a smile on their face and great laughs in their memories.
(ag) wrote: best villian - Abhishek....
(ca) wrote: Everything from the premise of dancing and singing penguins to the title puts me off from this film, but somehow it actually manages to be entertaining. The animation, music and even the voice acting are pretty good, making it a surprise hit with me, but a hit nonetheless.
(it) wrote: You may cry, considering how much Robin Williams livens up this film.
(ru) wrote: Not really my thing but it was okay
(ru) wrote: The result is surprisingly effective -- a sort of contemporary 'western' in the timber territory. Newman's handling of the outdoor scenes, especially those involving work, is -- like his own acting -- restrained but powerfully evocative.
(jp) wrote: I love this movie soooooo much <3