Tag: Polish films

‘Forgotten Love’ (2023) Netflix Film Review – A Heartfelt Reunion

“Forgotten Love,” directed by Michal Gazda for Netflix, is based on the iconic Polish novel ‘Znachor’ (also known as The Quack), written by Tadeusz Doga-Mostowicz. It has already been adapted twice, once in a 1937 film directed by Micha Waszyski (released the same year the book was written) and then in a 1982 film directed […]

“Hellhole” (2022) Movie Review: Solid Direction Drives This Ominous Religious Horror Tale

From Bartosz M. Kowalski and Mirella Zaradkiewicz, creators of “Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight,” here is yet another Polish horror film, “Hellhole” (org. title Ostatnia wieczerza). Set in 1987 Poland, the film follows a police detective who while investigating inexplicable disappearances infiltrates a rural monastery – and discovers a disturbing truth about its clerics. […]

I Am a Killer (Jestem Morderca): POLISH Film Review

Based on a real-life search for a serial killer in Poland, the film I Am a Killer (Jestem Morderca) is gripping and interesting to watch, as it explores the issue of corruption in police department, individual morality, and how a police inspector fights with his conscience in solving a case by framing someone without clear […]

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