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MIDNIGHT TALKS

Director: MACIEJ ZAK

POLAND • 2008 • SUBTITLED • COLOUR • DOLBY STEREO • 100 MIN


RELEASED SIMULTANEOUSLY IN POLAND AND ABROAD TO COINCIDE WITH ST. VALENTINE’S DAY, MIDNIGHT TALKS (ROZMOWY NOCA) IS A ROMANTIC COMEDY THAT COMBINES ELEMENTS OF WHEN HARRY MET SALLY AND LOVE, ACTUALLY.
Cheerful and optimistic story about two people, who are made for each other, who look for love but they do not succeed in meeting due to their everyday problems. Sophisticated and unusual, amusing as well as thought- provoking.
Matylda (Magdalena Rozczka) and Bartek (Marcin Dorocinski) are a pair in their thirties who are looking for love but keep missing each other through a series of misunderstandings and mishaps. Bartek works as a cook in a small bar and spends his evenings listening to his overprotective mother lecturing him on the life of lonely men. He answers an advertisement placed by Matylda, who is looking for a man who will give her a child. A series of lengthy midnight telephone calls leads to a first meeting. The couple seem eminently compatible, until Matylda reveals that she is simply looking for a donor father. A distraught Bartek can’t cope with this assigned role but continues to pursue Matylda in the hope that their relationship can develop into something more permanent.

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