I killed Trailer

I killed Trailer (1975)

08 April 1975 Drama 86 mins

During a routine traffic stop, the police discovers the body of a girl in the trunk of a truck. Since the dead girl spent the night before with the driver of the car, he becomes the prime suspect. In the course of the trial uncomfortable truths surface.

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Cast

Joanna Bogacka

as Elzbieta

Maciej Góraj

as Andrzej Galus

Danuta Maksymowicz

as Anna Baranczyk

Janusz Bukowski

as Bogdan Morawski

Krzysztof Chamiec

as Prosecutor Sadzewicz

Iga Mayr

as Anna's mother

Irena Laskowska

as Anna's mother

Iga Mayr

as Judge

Marta Lawinska

as Bogdan's fiancee

Joanna Kasperska

as Barbara Gajewska

International Titles

Syytetty ja syyllinen Trailer

International Releases Dates

Poland 08 April 1975

Production Companies

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