Strona główna / Baza filmów / Filmy / LUDZIE BEZ JUTRA
  • Kraj: Polska
  • Rok produkcji: 1919
  • Premiera: 14 XI 1921


Tytuł angielski
PEOPLE WITH NO TOMORROW
Reżyseria
Produkcja
Sfinks

Obsada aktorska:

Józef Węgrzyn, Halina Bruczówna, Paweł Owerłło, Iza Kozłowska, Maria Hryniewiczówna, Czesław Knapczyński, Helena Sulima , Jerzy Leszczyński, Stanisław Czapelski, Józef Zejdowski, Mariusz Maszyński, Henryk Rydzewski, Stanisław Szebego, Aleksander Hertz
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One of the early Polish silent movies. Thanks to a discovery made a few years ago in the Bundesarchiv in Germany, the cinema of Polish newly independent country can be better known.

One of the film's highlights is a sensational plot, based on a story of a tragic affair between the Warsaw actress Maria Wisnowska and the Russian officer Bartenjev, whose jealousy made him shoot the young, promising artist of the Governmental Theatres in his own apartment. Interestingly enough, several Warsaw settings appear in the movie.

Shot in 1919, but having undergone many alterations, the movie was not released until 1921. The part of the Russian officer is played by Józef Węgrzyn, one of the most interesting Polish actors of the early 20th century. His film partner was Helena Brucz, a movie and theatre star, for whom this part was her last one in Polish cinema, before she left for the United States of America.



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