Big Shar Trailer

Big Shar Trailer (1983)

01 January 1983 Drama, Action, Foreign 96 mins

Released from prison after five years, con-artist Szu is sent packing by his young wife; he heads for the town of Lutyn where he runs a con and attracts the interest of Jurek, a young cab driver who imagines himself a great grifter. Szu ("Sharp") teaches Jurek a few tricks enabling the young man to win some money in Wroclaw, then Sharp departs with Jola, a prostitute who offers him a mark. How that plays out, Jurek's determination to win big, Sharp's cold calculations, and the wages of sin await.

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Cast

Jan Nowicki

as Wielki Szu

Andrzej Pieczynski

as Taxi Driver Jurek

Dorota Pomykala

as Prostitute Jola

Leon Niemczyk

as Stefan Mikun

Crew

International Releases Dates

Poland 16 May 1983

United States 01 January 1983

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