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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...

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

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Drama
Director Michal Marczak
Writer Michal Marczak, Katarzyna Szczerba
Stars Natalia Atmanska, Krzysztof Baginski, Eva Lebuef, Michal Huszcza
Country Poland, UK
Also Known As Todas esas noches sin dormir, All These Sleepless Nights, Όλες οι Άγρυπνες Νύχτες Μας, Visos nemiegotos naktys, Azok az álmatlan éjszakák, Toate aceste nopti albe
Runtime 1 h 40 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
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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Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 01:27

Thanks to the US Government for continuing to fund the War on Drugs which makes drug crime a public health issue that goes to the heart of the corruption of our government and a slap in the face of all Americans who love their country. When America, or any other country for that matter, can't do something, the US government, through the government itself, starts to do it. Drug cartels have infiltrated the government and they are doing their utmost to promote the drug trade. The drugs that the US government sells, and all the money that goes to it, is helping to promote this transnational crime that is destroying the US, Mexico, and much of the rest of the world. The CIA has taken the initiative in this global drug trade because it works on a secret basis. Drugs are something that the drug cartels want to control and there is no one that is against that. The only ones that believe that this drug trade is harmful are the poor people who are the victims of the drug trade and the people who are doing the drug trade themselves. The US Government cannot be trusted and its members cannot be trusted, and those who are part of the government and not part of the US Government should be arrested for high treason. The US government must not be trusted with the responsibility to make the decisions about how to enforce the laws. It should be someone that is part of the government that is responsible for making decisions that help the people. Those who want to do the drugs should not be in charge of the drug trade. Anyone who says that the US government should not be trusted with the responsibility to enforce the laws is a hypocrite. They should also be arrested for high treason. When people have nothing to lose, they get involved with the drug trade and they are more likely to do the drugs themselves. The government and the drug cartels do not want to be found out because they will be arrested and the people who they are trying to get money from will be arrested. The US Government has taken an excellent chance in profiting from the drug trade and all the money that goes to it. There are millions of dollars in drugs that they are selling. They are selling it to people who are not people. They have become slaves to a drug trade and they have no way to escape. The only thing that has saved the United States from losing this huge amount of money, or more than this, is the people who have been paying off the government in order to do this illegal activity. The people that are doing the illegal activity, the politicians, they have become their slaves. The only thing that the people of this country have, through the government, is their freedom. There is nothing else that can be done in this country. The only thing that the people have is freedom. If the US Government were to stop its drug policy, there
Sunday, 26 Apr 2020 19:25

For the past few years, I've been living in Berlin. I can't say how many times I've been to watch an art exhibition or to view a free film festival. During my trips, I've often come across films, written or screenplays, by Poles and non-Polish artists. Many of them were good, but most were very good. And in most cases, the films were not made by Polish but by non-Polish. I'm very happy to see that this year, I have seen a Polish film. In a nutshell, it was remarkable. This film is called 'Little Princess'. The script was written by the first Polish author to be published in English (and the first Polish writer to be translated to English). The director is the first Polish director to have won an Oscar. As a Polish, I found this film very heartwarming. In the past few years, a great number of talented non-Polish directors have been signed to the big Hollywood studios, including Steven Spielberg, Ridley Scott, Peter Jackson, Michael Bay, Guillermo del Toro and Joe Wright. Although I think it's unfair to compare all of them, I do have to admit that all of them have made extremely good films. But Little Princess is perhaps the most remarkable film I've seen from a Polish director. It's the story of a girl who lives in the West of Poland. She was born in Germany and lived in the West of Poland as a child. She was taught English, and is now a writer. She's writing about her childhood. The film is highly recommended. It will really make you cry, but I hope you won't be too surprised. I would highly recommend the film to anyone, even if you are not a Polish. I've watched this film again and again, and it's absolutely unforgettable. A perfect 10/10.
Sunday, 26 Apr 2020 13:29

I read this book, and every time I think about it, I wish it could happen again. The book was great, and it was very moving. I wish the film would be as great. I cannot imagine a world in which that horrible thing would happen. But it could, and has. I can't believe that the Government would allow a filmmaker to make a film about that. How could they allow that? How could they not know that the film would be shown? I was at the premiere in 2006 in Chicago. It was emotional and I felt like I was there. When it was over I was speechless. How can this happen? It was sickening. I could not believe that the director of this film, Chris Weitz, was allowed to be in the premiere. He has no place in the world of this film. He is not a filmmaker, he is a professional. But there is no way I could imagine this guy in a position to tell his story. To make this happen. It is so sickening. It is the greatest evil that can happen to any human being. And it is the greatest evil that could happen. I don't think I will ever look at a computer screen the same way again. I was terrified. The scenes were so real. I was so horrified. I can't even think about how I would feel if that was me. It is so hard to tell the story, the pain, the horror. I feel so sorry for the people that have to endure it. They have no power. The greatest horror is to be with them, to be the one to watch them suffer. I will never forget the day I went to see it, but I will never forget the book. It has stayed with me. I can never tell what I would do if I could go back and tell the story. This movie could be so great. But they cannot do it. They must say "I'm sorry, I could not be in it."
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 05:51

Fascinating, fascinating. Over the past few years, one of the world's largest conglomerates, American Express, has expanded into Canada and has launched a corporate/consumer credit card program called 'Discover' which is specifically targeted to those who are in "early retirement." This film is the reason I picked up the book, "Lifetime of Debt: Surviving the U.S. Financial Crisis of 2008" (to which I had never read before). There is one specific section in the book that's called "The One Percent: The Rise of America's Most Powerful Interest Groups." In this section, we are treated to interviews with the head of the AFL-CIO, the head of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the CEO of the Royal Bank of Scotland, the head of the World Bank, etc. Each of these individuals provide a detailed history of their organization's impact on the American economy. For example, the chief executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland talks about how he had to turn to mortgage originators when he first started out, but was able to take advantage of the higher interest rates. The head of the World Bank says that he had to enter the oil business to help pay for the current wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and that he did it to lower the country's cost of energy. On the surface, the stories sounded like they could only exist in a documentary. However, the information contained within the segments is so profound and the insight that is offered into the actual culture of American life is so nuanced and deep that the film transcends its own limitations. The story of the American Dream is portrayed in a very realistic and brilliant way. American Express, the largest bank in the world, now claims to be one of the top five largest corporations in the world. The number of American Express cards that have been issued is the equivalent of a quarter of the population of the United States. How did they do it? When the banks crashed, they were in a financial crisis. In a very real way, this film shows how Americans had to be in a state of constant uncertainty, and were extremely sensitive to financial stress. The many individuals that we see interviewed are not just merely actors, but are real people whose lives were affected by the economy. As a group, they see the same problems. The people interviewed are mostly on their own, and are honest in their observations. The producers did an excellent job in locating the interviewees and making sure that they were selected and able to share their stories. The film goes beyond what the viewer is expecting, and gives an interesting insight into the real effects that this downturn has had on individual lives. It is a powerful and powerful film that should not be missed. It should be required viewing for all Americans.


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