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Louder than Bombs

Louder than Bombs ★★ 2001

Twentyone-year-old Marcin is making his father's funeral arrangements, which means he must also deal with his out-of-town relatives who disparage his life as a small-town mechanic. If this wasn't enough stress, Marcin learns his girlfriend Kaska is going to America to attend college. Can he convince her to change her mind by asking him to marry her or should he give her the chance to lead a better life than their small town can offer? Polish with subtitles. 92m/C VHS, DVD . PL Rafal Mackowiak, Sylwia Juszczak, Magdalena Schejbal; D: Przemyslaw Wojcieszek; W: Przem yslaw Wojcieszek; C: Jolanta Dylewska; M: Bartek Straburzynski.

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