|Richard Brzostek - 04/07/2008
"Pogoda na Jutro" is a drama/comedy of a very high caliber. Director Jerzy Stuhr, who also plays the leading role, takes us on a dramatic journey with a unique story. What makes it brilliant is that it is just as funny as it is thought provoking and dramatic.
The movie is about a father that was secluded in a monastery for 17 years to avoid political trouble. The first time he leaves the monastery is to play in a musical band with the other monks at a festival, where his son and wife recognize him and he returns to his family. While he was away, much has changed and his three kids go astray in their own ways. Trying to get back in good standing and make it up to his family, he tries to help them, which stirs up the hornet's nest.
This movie is hilariously funny at times, but also intense and makes you think. It really does take a look at actions and reactions; one of the underlining ideas of the story is how some positive influence can have a dramatic affect on someone's life and, on the other hand, the dangers that can result with the absence of a loving father. Sit back end enjoy as "Pogoda na Jutro" is an amazing psychological drama that will keep you glued to the screen.
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