Eugeniusz Bodo (Władysław), Loda Halama (Loda), Władysław Walter (Franciszek), Zula Pogorzelska (Kunegunda)
An apprentice pharmacist Wladyslaw loves with reciprocity the cashier Loda, but both are too poor to get married. No wonder – there is a crisis around the world. One day Wladyslaw wakes up and learns that the crisis is over and the economic situation has improved colossally. He immediately proposes to Loda – but she decides to devote herself to an artistic career. Embittered Wladyslaw decides to rub her nose in it.
“Love, Cherish, Respect” is a comedy that in many ways differs from the average Polish production of the time. The implausible script makes tongue-in-cheek references to the economic crisis raging in the early 1930s.
Born as Mosze Waks in Kowel, Volhynia (now Ukraine) in 1904. One of the most important directors of the interwar period. He made forty films in the decade preceding World War II. In 1941, he joined Polish Armed Forces in the East commanded by General Władysław Anders. With Konrad Tom, they recorded the army’s journey to the Middle East in the documentary film “Children” (1943). A year later, he shot another documentary, “Monte Cassino”. Died in 1965 in Spain.
1949 William Tell
1946 The Great Way (Wielka droga)
1944 Monte Cassino
1939 The Three Hearts (Trzy serca)
1938 Professor Wilczur (Profesor Wilczur)
1937 The Dybbuk (Dybuk)
1937 The Quack (Znachor)
1934 The black Pearl (Czarna perła)
1934 Songster of Warsaw (Pieśniarz z Warszawy)
1932 Sound of the Desert (Głos pustyni)
Wednesday 11/15/23 8:45 pm.
(1112 North Milwaukee Ave., Chicago)
1934, 76 min, Poland, USA
Polish with English subtitles
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