The year 1901, a psychiatric hospital in the Russian partition. One of the patients is a political prisoner - Józef Pilsudski (Borys Szyc). The Polish underground independence movement is ... See full summary »
A Polish teacher moves to a provincial town and gets involved in investigating the brutal murder of a high school girl. He learns more and more about the mysteries of this murder, revealing corruption and fraud among local elites.
Tomek and Ania finally decide to get married. The wedding, according to the wishes of Ania, will take place at the family members of Tomek with whom he has had no contact for years. It ... See full summary »
I started watching MAGDA M in the USA in 2006 (available on Dish, channel ITVN) because I liked the actress playing the main character Magda. Being Polish (born in Poland and spent my teenage years there) I truly know the reality of living in Warsaw. Magda M presents live stories of people from Polish upper middle class of a big city. The city itself looks a bit nicer and romantic than it really is but that's what all the shows do. Look at New York, always great in the movies, not so much in the reality. I very much enjoy the characters, the story development and appreciate the original style. It also reminds me of the old good times back in Poland so my judgment is a bit personal. I love the show and can't wait to see the season IV.
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