Strona główna / Baza filmów / Filmy / RAPSODIA BAŁTYKU
  • Kraj: Polska
  • Rok produkcji: 1935
  • Premiera: 25 X 1935


Tytuł angielski
BALTIC RHAPSODY
Reżyseria
Scenariusz
Scenariusz-pomysł
Kierownictwo literackie
Konsultacja marynistyczna
Zdjęcia
Słowa piosenki
Aparatura
Tobis-Klangfilm
Charakteryzacja
Fotosy
Stephot
Kierownictwo produkcji
Produkcja
Vox-Film
Atelier
Falanga
Laboratorium
Falanga
Dystrybucja (na Małopolsce i Śląsku)
Muza-Film
Dystrybucja (na Wielkopolskę)
Adam Prużański
Dystrybucja (na Kresy)
Szafir-Film

Obsada aktorska:

Maria Bogda, Barbara Orwid, Adam Brodzisz, Mieczysław Cybulski, Jerzy Marr, Lala Górska, Stanisław Sielański, Paweł Owerłło, Maria Kaupe, Monika Carlo, Kazimiera Horbowska
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Adam, Zygmunt and Jerzy are friends serving together in a flight squadron of seaplanes in Gdynia. Years before, Adam fell in love with a young girl called Ewa, not knowing she was a fiancée of Zygmunt, his friend from officer's school. A strong sense of loyalty made him step down and left to France to continue his education.

Years later, they meet again. Ewa is now Zygmunt's wife, but she still has a grievance with Adam about leaving and treating her with reluctance. Adam falls in love with Zygmunt's sister Janka, but Ewa tries to make her dislike him. Zygmunt accidentally finds out about Ewa and Adams’ affair. Janka also finds out, and assuming that the affair is still ongoing, she decides to break up with Adam.

During a violent storm, the plane Zygmunt and Adam are flying has a power failure and falls into the sea. Marine and air rescue units are trying to find the survivors but are unable to. Floating on the remains of the plain, Zygmunt and Adam have a conversation which clears everything and leads to reconciliation. They are finally found by Jerzy, who has been relentlessly searching for his friends, despite everybody else losing their hope and a mourning period being already announced. The exhausted pilots are taken to a hospital, where they forgive each other everything.



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