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(1505) 6.7 100 min 2016

Wszystkie nieprzespane noce is a movie starring Krzysztof Baginski, Michal Huszcza, and Eva Lebuef. A new era is coming, and Warsaw stands uncomfortably at its edge. Art school classmates Christopher and Michal, on the precipice of...

Krzysztof Baginski, Michal Huszcza, Natalia Atmanska, Eva Lebuef
Drama, Documentary
Michal Marczak

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Documentary
Director Michal Marczak
Writer Michal Marczak, Katarzyna Szczerba
Stars Krzysztof Baginski, Michal Huszcza, Natalia Atmanska, Eva Lebuef
Country UK, Poland
Also Known As All These Sleepless Nights, Todas esas noches sin dormir, Toate aceste nopti albe, Visos nemiegotos naktys, Azok az álmatlan éjszakák, Όλες οι Άγρυπνες Νύχτες Μας
Runtime 1H 40M
Description A new era is coming, and Warsaw stands uncomfortably at its edge. Art school classmates Christopher and Michal, on the precipice of their own coming of age, restlessly roam their city's streets in search of living forever inside the beautiful moment. Never content with answers, they push each experience to its breaking point, testing what it might mean to be truly awake in a world that seems satisfied to be asleep.

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Friday, 19 Jun 2020 01:04

Raul is a musician and an internet radio host, so you could assume that the film would follow the events of his life as it happened, rather than as they've actually occurred, but the narrative is rich and comprehensive enough to be at least as interesting as the actual events. Raul is something of a legend in Poland, but he seems to have been hiding his situation for quite a while. He's probably the most recognizable, which is a shame because I think his story is interesting and well told. Raul's friend is a musician and artist who is dying of cancer. Raul goes on tour with him to support his next album. Raul shares the stage with Polish rock legends. This is basically the story that is told in an unusual documentary format, with a wide range of extras from musicians, to people who used to live nearby and who knew Raul and his music, to Raul's parents, and Raul's mother, who told us that her son had a heart condition. Raul told us that he took in patients for a long time. He did this to support his friends, but he never turned down money from his fans. The problem with this was that he never felt like he was really helping anyone. He saw it as a way to make more money, but he never truly understood it until he became the success that he was. The most interesting aspect of this is that his friend passed away after the tour ended. Raul was not there. When we did see Raul in person at the concert, he was doing a bit of dancing, and we were told that Raul's wife did not go with him. It seemed to me that Raul felt very bad about his friend dying, and he did not talk much after this, but I have not been able to find out anything about his family or friends. He did not go to a funeral. I think he should have. He said he had nothing to say and that he wanted to stay a quiet man. This film is a really good tool for telling this story.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 16:06

This documentary examines the role of entertainment in politics. It is based on a book by journalist Peter Ludlow. It covers the relationship between the entertainment industry and politicians. There is a history of many politicians being "moved by their stars", either because they were in the entertainment industry or because they were surrounded by them. They say they love their stars but that they have no choice but to be them, but I think they have lots of choice. They have millions of dollars to play the stars for their ideals. They have their own ideology, but they use that ideology to justify what they do. It is very interesting to look at the same people but they are not so different. They are all corrupted by the power they hold. The way they use their power is very interesting. When they are looking at a specific issue they are all set to do something, whether it is opposition to the war in Iraq, or what they think is their mission. Their behaviour seems to be based on their sense of loyalty. Even when they are on the same side of the issue they are not prepared to do anything about it because they do not want to put their careers or their image at risk. Their business in this case is "pop music", but they can't seem to create a career for themselves. They seem to be very proud of what they do, but they have no time for themselves. They have one lot of time for themselves and that is to earn money. They do it all the time. I would say that many of the politicians are corrupt. They have a lot of money, and they use it to do the right thing. They have a good mind for politics and they are very proud of it. They do not seem to be much interested in their image, as they feel they have nothing to lose, they are rich, they are loved and they have a great amount of money. The film reveals their attitude towards people and how they will do anything to get it. I think that they are more careful about what they do because of the fame they have. When they do something bad, they have to show that it was a mistake, otherwise they do not have much choice. They do not care if they damage the image of themselves and other people. They do not care if they hurt the image of their music or of others. I would say that this movie shows how a politician does not care about being a good politician. They just want the money, that is all. Even when they get in trouble they do not care, as they get that money. They want the money and they know that they are going to be praised by their fans. They do not care about the problems they may cause. I think that the people involved in the film would not agree with me, but I am really sure that they would agree that they are corrupt. They use their power to do whatever they want to do and they never have any sense of responsibility about what they do. They say that they are not doing anything wrong. They do not care what they are doing. This movie is very interesting and very informative. It is worth seeing, I think.
Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 02:17

This film is about the Poland in 1980s, although the government and public policy were not much different than today. My father was Polish, and he was arrested and deported to Poland for something. A year later, he was released, and then again deported. I don't know how, I'm not sure. After he was deported, my father took his family to America. All three of his sons were in the US. I know my mother, who is Polish, was deported as well, and also my dad. Now, this film is about a couple of their sons. They were very much in love, and worked hard to keep their marriage together. This film is a chronicle of their life. The father was very much in love with his wife. She was a TV-presenter and even taught English at the University. They were not exactly in love, but he was so interested in her, he used to talk about her, buy her things, and he wanted to have a life with her. He was in love with her. The first marriage was an unhappy one, but they were in love, so they had to make another. This film is based on the story of their lives. There is not much in it, but it is good. I would recommend this film. It is a good way to learn about the state of Polish society during 1980s, and especially during this period. My father got a lot of information on how the system operated, and about people who were more or less in charge. Also, I heard a lot about the fact that the society in America was very different from that in Poland. This film is about the best film I have ever seen about Poland, and Polish people.
Monday, 18 May 2020 03:38

Nestor Mroczkowski was a Polish philosopher who was best known for his defense of the evils of Soviet Communism. His masterpiece is "Nestor Mroczkowski and the Falsification of History". It discusses the idea that history is merely fiction created to be taken literally. He believed that the main reason for the false way of thinking the Soviets had been going was because they believed the idea that they were the best, and that their interpretation of history was always correct. So they were a "devil-god". This film reviews the development of his ideas. At the very end of his life he was attacked by his own friends. He was attacked by people he thought were all his enemies. After this happened Mroczkowski spent a great deal of time trying to create a story. This film is about this. The movie is divided into seven sections. The first two are about his own ideas and how he came to believe that the Soviet Empire was the best. The first two sections are well worth seeing. They are a more in-depth exploration of the ideas, his development of them, and how he came to be so convinced that the Soviets were the best. As for the final sections, the most interesting is the final section. This is the part where he discusses how he was attacked by his own friends. His friends accused him of not being able to be a real man because of his ideas. He basically said to them, "You're all one big family. And I'm no more. So if you think I'm not a real man, what do you say about my ideas?" He goes on to say that those ideas were the source of his personality. It's fascinating to hear his arguments back to back with his own claims that his ideas are real. He was attacked and eventually he developed his ideas in such a way that he was able to form a family. In the final section of the film, he discusses how he became the guy he is. This is when the film is at its most interesting. It covers his evolution from the idea of an anti-Soviet/anti-Communist man to being the first Polish President of Poland and vice-president of the Soviet Union. It starts off with a discussion about a man who was the leader of the Communist Party of Poland. He was a prominent figure in the party, and he was an anti-Communist. After this discussion, he goes on to explain his theory about a "big brother" that he created to watch over all the Communist parties. At the end of the film he is actually admitting that he created his own idea of a big brother. All the people who were against communism then become victims, but his theory is that they are all victims of this big brother. This is the part that is really the strongest point of the film. It goes into how he was attacked by people he thought were all his enemies. He attacks them personally and by arguing against the idea that a big brother should watch over all the Communist parties. He goes on to explain that this was a change from his earlier views of an anti-Communist leader. He ends the film with a final point that the people who attacked him and persecuted him are themselves victims of this big brother. He also goes on to say that the big brother is simply a kind of convenience. It doesn't make any difference what happens to him. The whole thing is explained in such a way that it is interesting and compelling. The movie is a good introduction to his ideas. It's also interesting to see how he came to develop them. It is also a good insight into the life of a famous Polish philosopher. Some of the people in the film are quite interesting. The actor who plays Mroczkowski is impressive, and some of the other actors are good. The movie is well-made and well-edited, with good sound, including music, and a nice set of shots. Overall, this is a good film. It's well-made, well-edited, and good to watch. It has an interesting and good-natured story. It has some of the good things that I've come to expect from a Polish film. I recommend it.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 03:38

This is an excellent film about the moment in history when the working class of Poland had their wages reduced to the lowest possible level and we see how it affected the women of that time. Although it was edited by one of the pro-Communist Makhnovites, it still remains an interesting documentary. The film is shown through a series of flashbacks, which tells of the families of women whose wages were reduced and also their fights for the dignity and freedom to use their bodies as they saw fit, sometimes even in bed. What is most interesting about the film is that it shows how the Soviet Union was creating a society based on gender oppression. They had reduced the wage levels for women to what was considered necessary, and even showed how men were not even allowed to travel abroad. These social changes led to a loss of all kinds of social and economic privileges for the Polish women, who did not really have any future. One of the most interesting and moving aspects of the film is the emotional battle of the woman who fought to gain her freedom. It is a difficult, yet triumphant struggle that has had the blessing of many great actors. This is the story of a woman who was desperately fighting for her rights, and when she is taken from the woman's home and is taken to work for the Red Army, it is incredibly moving. This is an excellent film for people who want to know more about what happened during those times in history and who wish to learn more about the women that were affected by the Soviet Union. The Red Army saved Polish women from all kinds of terrible living conditions and beatings. I really recommend it.

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