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Marina Antunes [Film Festival 12.04.09] Poland trailer news

Polish director Jacek Borcuch is putting away the laughs for a more serious turn. That’s not to say Borcuch’s newest film, the Sundance pick All That I Love (“Wszystko co kocham”), won’t have a few laughs but it’s certainly not being sold as a comedy.

Set in 1981 during the growing Polish Solidarity movement, it’s the story of four small-town teenagers who form a punk rock band with the hope of playing at a local festival.

I'm sure we're going to get some teenage drama, some political overtones and girlfriend dramas but what I love best about this trailer? The energy which seems to radiate off of my computer monitor. If the trailer has me tapping my foot, this is bound to play well to full screening rooms. Looks like one to watch with an energetic crowd.

Trailer after the break.

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Anonymous (12 years ago) Reply

Don't need an energetic crowd. This was one of my favorite movies at Sundance. Great actors who told the real story of what the director actually experianced in his life.

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