|Cast||Maja Komorowska Bartosz Obuchowicz Karolina Wajda Piotr Adamczyk Piotr Szwedes Andrzej Szenajch Halina Gryglaszewska Slawomira Lozinska Stanislawa Celinska Krystyna Bigelmajer Agnieszka Warchulska Grzegorz Warchol Jan Prochyra Stephen Kember Eugeniusz Priwieziencew Lew Rywin Mario di Nardo Szymon Aniol Artur Bartos Jaroslaw Boberek|
|Language||Polish, Russian, English, Italian|
|Awards||1996 Cannes Film Festival|
|Plot||... see Cwal on IMDb|
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|THIS 2 DVD RELEASE DOES NOT HAVE ENGLISH SUBTITLES. Poland released, PAL/Region free: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: SPOKEN LANGUAGE: POLISH Dolby Digital 2.0; NOT SUBTITLED; WIDESCREEN 1,78:1; SYNOPSIS: DVD 1: AT FULL GALLOP (Cwa?) (1996) Set in the 1950s when Stalin was in power, this thoughtful Polish story is an autobiographical account of filmmaker Krzysztof Zanussi's childhood. Hubert is a normal young boy living with his mother in the country. His father has been living in England since the war's end. As a result, the Communists frequently harass them to the point that Hubert's mother sends him to his eccentric Aunt Ida in Warsaw to insure that he gets an education. Ida welcomes her nephew and to help him get along teaches him the art of outwardly toeing the Communist Party line to survive. Ida is shrewd, charming and manipulative, qualities she uses to deftly exploit the government at every turn. The title refers to horseback riding, an activity that both Ida and Hubert enjoy. DVD 2: FAMILY LIFE (Zycie Rodzinne) (1970) Krzysztof Zanussi's follow-up to his 1969 The Structure of Crystals, begins with an industrial designer named Wit who returns to his boyhood home at the outset of the story when confronted with the distressing news of his father's terminal illness. Wit initially feels a bit pompous and superior to his kin, who now live in a half-dilapidated home and have made their world small and narrow, with the father running a barely successful small business. Though Wit at first feels a strong conviction that he has risen above his origins, he finds himself slowly falling prey to old comforts and family values. Ultimately offered a new life with his family, with a partnership in the business, Wit is forced to confront his beliefs and convictions, and reassess his priorities.|
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