Tag Archives: Jerzy Hoffman

Jerzy Hoffman & Edward Skórzewski – Gangsterzy i filantropi AKA Gangsters and Philanthropists (1963)

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A criminal mastermind responsible for a failed robbery and an accidental petty conman meet inside a prison carriage. Soon they are both going to hear the court verdict. Read More »

Jerzy Hoffman & Edward Skórzewski – Prawo i piesc AKA The Law and the Fist (1964)

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At the end of World War Two, Polish people move to the western lands vacated by Germans. But some ruthless profiteers pose as government representatives and intend to make off with loot from a deserted town they took over. One honest man stands up against them because he believes these goods belong to the people. Read More »

Jerzy Hoffman – Tredowata AKA The Leper (1976)

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A simple governess and a wealthy aristocrat fall madly in love with each other. However, his family are prejudiced towards her and have other plans for him. Read More »

Jerzy Hoffman – Potop AKA The Deluge (1974)

Nominated for a Best Foreign Film Oscar in 1974, this follow-up to WITH FIRE AND SWORD is set in the 17th century during the Swedish invasion and occupation of Poland, known as The Deluge, which left the country in ruins.
Based on a novel by Henryk Sienkiewicz, Deluge follows the romance between a violent soldier and the young woman who tries to tame him. Read More »