Lucy Wilska (Ilona Ostrowska), an American of Polish descent, comes from New York to Wilkowyje, a small town in eastern Poland, to deal with the matters of a house she inherited after her ... See full summary »
After several years of serving his sentence, Cuma - a notorious art thief is released from prison due to his poor health. It was all arranged by dealer Gruby who plans a heist of the famous... See full summary »
A country girl Kasia Solska is forced by her family to marry the man she finds unattractive. She secretly gets to university, escapes from her village to Warsaw and starts working as a babysitter there.
Based on a well-known Polish novel with the same title the movie re-tells a true life story of a group of scouts called ''Szare Szeregi'' (Gray Ranks) during the Nazi occupation of Warsaw ... See full summary »
You all remember "The Nanny" with irritating yet somehow charming :) Fran Drescher?... "Niania" is just a polish version, stage design stays the same, actors are chosen to look like in the original, but there is a slight problem...the series isn't funny! Young actors just aren't natural in their roles. I don't think anyone wants to see the exact copy, when given a couple of opportunities to see the original series. Agnieszka Dygant though is a talented actress with interesting physiognomy, Tomasz Kot is after his great role in "Skazany na bluesa" and they can do their best, so I hope that they will find the way to freshen up "The Nanny" as it is the only way for the series to be watchable.
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