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Vabank subtitles. AKA: Go for Broke, Hit the Bank, Va Banque. October 1934. Poland. Famous bank robber Kwinto decided to quit his dangerous criminal job, but after his friend's death, he changed his mind and organized a burglary of famous and well protected bank which belonged to his former partner in crime, backstabbing and double-crossing Kramer.
Sep 6, 2017 - Vabank Vabank Pagowski Andrzej Polish Poster. Zapisano z poster.pl. Vabank (1). Pagowski Andrzej. film movie poster. year 1981. Poster.pl Gallery.
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Vabank II is a 1985 Polish criminal comedy film directed by Juliusz Machulski, sequel to Vabank (1981). It follows criminal banker Gustaw Kramer (Leonard Pietraszak) who breaks out of prison to seek revenge on Henryk Kwinto (Jan Machulski), a retired safe cracker.The following weapons were used in the film Vabank II.
Just a few years after graduating from Lodz Film Academy, writer-director Juliusz Machulski made his feature film debut with his father as the lead in this Polish heist movie.
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For decades, this mystery film directed by Janusz Majewskihas enjoyed the reputation of being one of the best and most original Polish films ever made.
Polish director Juliusz Machulski's capers inspired by Rififi and The Sting offer a hint of the potential missing from Steven Soderbergh's Ocean's Eleven and Twelve romps. Vabank tells the story of a master safe cracker named Kwinto (played by Machulski's father Jan) who, once released from prison, exacts revenge on Kramer (Leonard Pietraszak), a former accomplice who turned him in and went on.
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Vabank is a 1981 Polish criminal comedy film directed by Juliusz Machulski, set in interwar Poland.This film tells the story of Henryk Kwinto (Jan Machulski), a legendary safe cracker.Kwinto make a plan to get revenge on a ruthless and criminal bank president Gustaw Kramer (Leonard Pietraszak) who is responsible for the death of Kwinto's old friend Tadeusz.
Set in Lodz in 1930's, the film follows the exploits of Kwinto, a safecracker and thief from the old school who takes a sense of pride in his work and remains loyal to his crew. After serving years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Kwinto (played by the director's father, Jan Machulski) seeks revenge on the former accomplice who framed him.
For Machulski, Vabank was the beginning of an adventure with cinema and film festivals. It was thanks to his debut that he ended up at the Metro Manila Film Festival. His film was presented alongside films by Francois Truffaut, Peter Weir and Karel Reisz, and since Poland was under Martial Law, the public was expecting a work that reflected the political turmoil taking place at the time.
In my opinion Vabank is definitely the best Polish crime comedy of all times. Great casting, acting, dialogues and overall atmosphere. And the plot is so cool you are impressed every time you watch it. I don't how the jokes sound translated into English, but in Polish they are top notch.
This is a sequel to the domestically popular Va Banque about the antagonism between Kramer (Leonard Peetraszak) a double-crossing, unscrupulous ex-thief, now in jail, and his former partner Kwintz.
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Translating to Sexmission in English, this Polish cult comedy from 1983 tells the story of two dedicated scientists who submit themselves to a sort of hibernation project. While they slumber, political catastrophes erupt on earth and the men are all but forgotten about until finally being awoken more than 50 years after they expected to, in 2044.
Review of the London Film Festival, including Polish film Vabank (Go for Bank) by new director Juliusz Machulski: Bulgarian-born violinist Anthony Ritchie on playing Paganini's Caprices: writer.
Polish film Vabank London Film Festival, violinist Anthony Ritchie, Alan Bennett's Objects of Affection French actress Sarah Bernhardt Dorothy Tutin and Russell Hunter on their roles in Ronald.