Pawel, a Polish man in his early 30s, makes a living with his father Zygmunt importing second-hand clothing from the North of France to Southern Poland. On his way back from one of regular "business trips", Pawel is shocked to discover his father's picture on the cover of a Polish tabloid newspaper. The headline "traitor" is written next to his name. Zygmunt is a genuine hero of the struggle against totalitarianism and a recognized member of the "Solidarnosc" labor movement of the 80s. But now, Zygmunt is suddenly accused by the paper of having acted as a secret informer called THE MOLE by the communist regime.
Pawel, a Polish man in his early 30s, makes a living with his father Zygmunt importing second-hand clothing from the North of France to Southern Poland. On his way back from one of regular ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Enid C (au) wrote: An effortless observational humour was subtle and so realistic that it had me burst out laughing on several occasions.It recognizing the humour in real-life situations, and so non-intrusively, made it just too close to the bone not to physically laugh. The characters are just so genuine, and so well acted - that the jokes play out seamlessly and never need to be drawn attention to as a gag. There humour drawn from observing the true motives and feelings of the characters, which they thinly veil, that could only be pulled off by highly sophisticated acting. The sheer realisticness of the situations in the film, and such cleverness made this film one that I will be raving about for months to come.
Matthew S (br) wrote: I'm always surprised to note that so many disliked this film upon it's release. Truly off-beat and quirky, it is also a painfully uncomfortable and entertaining story of two characters who do not know how to inter-connect or connect with anyone. Despite what some have written, this film is realistic. And, Samantha Morton is amazing.
Eliabeth D (mx) wrote: not really interested.
Cameron F (ru) wrote: An asteroid is going to hit earth but don't worry folks we'll be saved by some good ole oil drillers led by Bruce Willis.
Frank P (kr) wrote: I haven't seen this in years. I forgot how damn funny Red Foxx was.
Jacob M (nl) wrote: Aside from the "hacker" from MIT pulling Ethan Hunt moves with Thor's physique, the rest of it makes even less sense. Struck me as really disjointed.
Brandon R (jp) wrote: To be very honest, I never thought i'd enjoy this movie as much as I did.. It was captivating and deeply socially meaningful. Candy was acted out too well she deserved to win an award for this and Dan was magnificent in his portrayal. The story was tremendously real and will capture your hearts and imagination. However, I am somewhat at a loss about the ending simply because Dan knew that he has found the love of his life. But then, why did he set her free when she was already well and fine? His being a drug-dependent and his fear Candy might go back to it again? I don't think so. Because if Dan truly and sincerely loved Candy, he would have changed himself to become worthy of Candy's love and everything; and not quit on her. I love this movie. Heath (Dan) is truly an effectively versatile actor that transcends generator. Kudos to the actors!