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SEGMENT ’76

by Oskar Kaszyński

synopsis

During the hot summer of 1976, our hero (a recent graduate of the Gdansk Institute of Technology) starts work in an office. He spends his days awaiting the arrival of Oli, a girlfriend studying in Prague. His leisure time is occupied by repairing his beloved jeep. He has his own apartment, a job, a girlfriend, but he lacks only one thing - furniture! He doesn't have furniture! This comedy is all about love and business in the 1970s, a little-seen period of the PRL (Polish People's Republic).

international title: Segment ’76
original title: Segment ’76
country: Poland
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Oskar Kaszyński
film run: 85'
release date: PL 19/09/03
screenplay: Oskar Kaszyński, Mateusz Nasternak, Michał Grubman
cast: Maciej Konopiński, Ewa Andruszkiewicz, Ryszard Tymański, Michal Milowicz
cinematography by: Anita Kukawska, Pawel Jarzebski
film editing: Marek Wojciechowski, Natalia Gluszkiewicz
art director: Pawel Jarzebski
costumes designer: Grazyna Rigall, Gosia Golińska
music: Tomasz Kamiński
producer: Oskar Kaszyński
production: Hamulec Art
distributor: Kino Świat
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