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Wacus DVD
by Richard J. Brzostek Date Added: Friday 10 June, 2011
Michal Waszynski directed many great Polish movies before WWII. In 1935 he directed Wacus, which is a very entertaining film and one that I would recommend to everyone that enjoys comedies. Just like most other pre-WWII Polish films, Wacus is a family friendly.

Tadeusz Rosolek (Adolf Dymsza) works at a pawnshop and meets a pretty young woman named Kazia who wants to pawn a watch. Tadeusz takes a great liking to her and wants to help her. With a little effort, he manages to find out Kazia and her mother run a boarding house for boys. After trying to find them clients with no luck, Tadeusz tells them his younger brother is coming and will need a place to stay. The thing is, Tadeusz doesn't have a brother but pretends to be him in order to help them out and spend more time with Kazia.

Tadeusz buys a schoolboy outfit, changes his voice a little and managers to fool others into thinking he really is younger. A lot of suspense builds as we wonder how long can Tadeusz continue balancing his regular life with the one her made up. He manages to get away with a lot so his luck is bound to run out eventually, giving some tension to this otherwise carefree story.

Although the film is just under an hour, it is packed with humor and is very entertaining. The story is ridiculous, but very funny. There are also some special effects (you will know them when you see them) that involve camera tricks, which are sometimes used to add humor, but they also give an artistic element too. After seeing this movie, you may come to the conclusion that the Polish directors in the 1930s (such as Waszynski) certainly knew how to make outstanding comedies.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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