Art of Loving Trailer

Art of Loving Trailer (1989)

22 May 1989 Comedy 97 mins

Prior to her wedding a nineteen years old Anna can't stop wondering - whether she made the right choice? So she decides to seek the advice of a well-known sexologist...

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Cast

Piotr Machalica

as Sexologist Olgierd Pasikonik

Wiktor Zborowski

as Roman Zabiello

Jerzy Bończak

as Psychoanalyst Saperstein

Ewa Ziętek

as Eliza

Ewa Salacka

as Pasikonik's Secretary Zosia

Piotr Polk

as Anna's Fiancee Piotr

Bożena Dykiel

as Patient Kosidowska

Anna Chodakowska

as Woman Watching TV While Having Sex

Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieslak

as Dorota Zabiellowa

Olgierd Łukaszewicz

as Pasikonik's Lawyer

Zofia Saretok

as Anna's Mother

Crew

International Releases Dates

Poland 22 May 1989

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