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Ode to Joy

  • Poland / 2005 / 110min
  • Original Title : Oda Do Radosci
  • Director : Anna Kazejak-Dawid, Jan Komasa, Maciej Migas

Synopsis

During debut by three film students who provide with three different stories their vision of today's Poland, focusing on the problem of the mass exodus of the younger generation.The film is made up of three parts: Silesia, Warsaw and Pomerania.   These stories are about three significant problems for Poland and other post-Communist countries: The exodus of the young generation, who are often also the intellectual elite of the country. Young people have more freedom than their parents ever had, but capitalism does not make their lives any easier. Their parents are either depressed and yearn for the 'good old days', or have turned into a hardened capitalist without character or conscience - the only value they know is money. Disillusioned young people seem to think of only one thing: emigrating. The makers have interwoven factual and fictional elements into their award-winning script, and invited three co-students to provide the camera work. The result is a coherent whole, made here in a fresh film language. Ode to Joy is strongly reminiscent of other `generational films' from the history of film, such as the Polish 'moral-anxiety' cinema or work by young makers from the Czechoslovak new wave. ผลงานการกำกับของ 3 ผู้กำกับรุ่นใหม่ที่มุ่งประเด็นต่อปัญหาของวัยรุ่นในประเทศโปแลนด์  ปัญหาที่เกิดขึ้นคล้ายคลึงกันในหลายๆประเทศที่เคยปกครองด้วยระบอบคอมมิวนิสต์ วัยรุ่นยุคใหม่ที่คิดถึงแต่เรื่องการอพยพไปประเทศในฝั่งตะวันตก คิดถึงแต่เรื่องเงิน รวมถึงการไม่เข้าใจกันกับคนรุ่นเก่าที่ยังคงจมอยู่กับอดีตอันสวยงาม Lesben Fick Kostenlose Sex Porno Filme Gratis xxx videos XXX fickfree porn

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