A PRE-PREMIERE SCREENING OF SOLID GOLD, A NEW THRILLER BY JACEK BROMSKI, THE MOST TALKED ABOUT MOVIE IN POLAND THIS YEAR @ 31. POLISH FILM FESTIVAL IN AMERICA – SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH
SOLID GOLD, thriller by acclaimed director Jacek Bromski (Kill Me, Cop; Art of Loving: Safe Heaven – PFFA Golden Teeth Award 1998), the movie which has become the most controversial film in Poland this year despite of not having its theatrical release yet, will have its pre-premiere special screening at the 31. PFFA on Sunday, November 17th @ 5:30 PM. in AMC Village Crossing 18. The movie refers to an infamous affair of Amber Gold, financial point-venture, that took place in Poland a few years ago; it involved politicians and security officials shaking the establishment of the whole state. The filmmakers of SOLID GOLD were politically forced to make cuts in the film’s final version to no avail. The movie was even withdrawn from the program of Polish film festival in Gdynia where it was finally shown after TVP, the movie’s co-producer gave up its part in financing it. A premiere of SOLID GOLD was postponed several times.
The story is about an investigation conducted by a high officer of the Central Investigation Bureau, Nowicki, along with a group of policemen selected by him. The team’s mission is to crack out criminals building financial pyramid schemes with enormous coverage. All the evidence suggests the fraudulent businessman Kawecki can conduct an illegal business due to his political connections.
In spectacular leading roles are Janusz Gajos, Andrzej Seweryn, and Marta Nieradkiewicz. Also starring Piotr Stramowski, Olgierd Lukaszewicz, Danuta Stenka, Mateusz Kosciukiewicz. The film is produced by Michal Kwiecinski, Akson Studio.
A running time is 140 minutes. The movie has English subtitles.
The premiere of the film in Poland is scheduled for November 28th. The U.S. release is planned for early 2020.
AMC Village Crossing is located at 7000 N. Carpenter Ave. (by Central Ave.). The cinema has ample free parking.
31. The Polish Film Festival in America will be held from November 9th to 24th in three main locations. The program includes nearly 80 feature, documentary and animated films. The festival is dedicated to Milos Stehlik, eminent promoter of East European Cinema in America, great expert and friend of Polish film.
A full PFFA schedule can be found @ www.pffamerica.com Additional information can be also obtained @ 773-486-9612.
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