Short Working Day Trailer

Short Working Day Trailer (1981)

06 August 1981 Drama 73 mins

A polish film by Oscar nominated director Krzysztof Kieślowski. His most famous films are ‘Three Colors’ and ‘The Decalogue’ and this one.

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Cast

Wacław Ulewicz

as Erster Sekretär PZPR

Mirosław Siedler

as Streikführer

Paweł Nowisz

as Chauffeur des Ersten Sekretärs

Crew

Hanna Krall

Director

Krzysztof Pakulski

Krzysztof Pakulski Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

United States 06 August 1981

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